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The University of North Carolina 

at Greensboro 

JACKSON LIBRARY 



AJ86p 
1978 



UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES 



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Pine Needles 

University of North Carolina 
at Greensboro 



Table of Contents 



Opening 


2 


Religion 


93 


Spring 1977 


8 


Romance Language 


93 


Founder's Day Lecture 


48 


Sociology 


94 


College of Arts & Sciences 


50 


Falderal 


98 


Anthropology 


53 


School of Business & Economics 


120 


Art 


55 


School of Education 


130 


Biology 


60 


School of Health, Physical Education 




Chemistry 


67 


& Recreation 


138 


Communications & Theatre 


68 


School of Home Economics 


152 


English 


74 


School of Music 


164 


Geography 


78 


School of Nursing 


168 


German & Russian 


81 


Graduates 


195 


History 


82 


Class of 1979 


198 


Mathematics 


85 


Class of 1980 


224 


Philosophy 


87 


Class of 1981 


248 


Political Science 


89 


Index 


274 


Psychology 


90 


Closing 


282 



Volume 66 Greensboro, North Carolina 27412 
Hunter Publishing Co., Winston-Salem, N.C. 



Nancy Elizabeth Reed in conjunction with the Univer- 
sity Media Board of The University of North Carolina at 
Greensboro 1978. 




John Heywood 



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TEAM MEMBERS: Row 1 —Jean Lojko, Susanne 
Smith, Toni Sessoms, Libby McKinney, Betsy Jo 
Thompson, Asst. Coach Jo Anne Graf. Row 2 — Mona 
Rhodes, Nancy Frank, Cathy Burke, Kim Millar, Mary 
Powell, Cheryl D. Tucker, Cathy Strange, Kathy 
Matthews, Coach Sandle Johnson, Sherrill Rudy, Sue 
Carlton. 



State Championship 




Spring 1977 



The Last 
Great Beer Blast 





By definition and tradition, college is a place where one 
gains an education, not only from books, but also from one's 
peers. Tfiis education is supposed to prepare one for a 
productive life, a necessary prerequisite of wfiicfi is a sense 
of responsibility to oneself and one's fellow citizens. The 
University system of North Carolina sorely falls down in one 
specific area of responsibility, a major social concern of our 
era— alcoholic beverage consumption. 

The fault lies not with the University system, but with the 
General Assembly of North Carolina. They have passed a 
Bill prohibiting the sale on all N.C. campuses, but was 
amended to apply only to those considered public. This 
allows us the opportunity to view the pubs on the campuses 
of Duke and Davidson, which are thriving, making money, 
and providing an opportunity to learn responsibility. 

If one has ever visited these campus pubs, the first obser- 
vation one makes is concerning the apparent sense of 
responsibility the students share. In my visits I have seen no 
student drunk at 1:00 p.m. nor have I seen students drunk at 
6:00 p.m. Happy hours are the times when students get 
together to unwind, release their frustrations and discuss 
campus concerns without the pressure from peer groups to 
become absolutely dulled in order to have a good time. 

Why is It then that the students on the North Carolina 
public campuses do not appear to have this sense of 
responsibility? Probably because they do not have a place 
where overindulgence is viewed with disgust. They only 
adhere to the principle that one goes out on the weekend, or 
Thursday night, with the thought of getting bombed in order 
to relax and have a good time. And who can have a good time 
when one does not really know or remember what went on? 

It is time for the students of North Carolina to stand up for 
their rights and petition the General Assembly to change the 
law. We will never be able to learn responsible behavior 
unless we are given an atmosphere condusive to that 
behavior. Putting off the decision only allows more students 
to go out into the world with a habit which could be 
detrimental to their health and their chances for success. 

Worth Hager 
Chairperson of UNC-G 
North Carolina Student 
Legislature 




21 September 



Nikolais Dance Company — Master Class 




The Performance 



"Creative 

"Exciting and innovative" 

Ttiese reactions of students attending the 77/78 

University Concert Lecture Series presentation of the 

Nikolais Dance Company are reflections on the director. 

Mr. Nikolais is deserving of this credit and praise, as 

seen in his excellent combination of dance movements. 

Nikolais, himself, is of the "older generation" and it is 

the youthfulness exhibited throughout his show that 

surprised and impressed many. 

On the afternoon of their performance the Company 

instructed dance majors in a master class. 




27 September 



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Arrival Eastern flight 
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Airport Press Conference — Press Room 
7:00 p.m. 

Dinner — Hilton Inn 
8:15 p.m. 

Lecture 



It was a tight well planned schedule, all hanging on 
the big IF" his plane gets in on time. But Saturday 
morning everyone involved sighed In relief. A short and 
rounded Buchwald arrived early, with a cigar in one 
hand and a tennis racket in the other. Those hanging 
around the tennis courts that clear Carolina afternoon 
were treated to a celebrity's match. Later in the evening 
Mr. Buchwald delighted his audience with tales of 
Washington D.C. and an intimate rememberence of his 
time in Greensboro many years ago. But it was his 
closing remark that brought the applauding audience to 
its feet "I don't know of any country where on national 
TV a whole nation can watch one president step down 
and another take over without a drop of blood being 
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A FOUNDERS' DA Y TRIBUTE 
TO THE CO-FOUNDERS 



BY 
DR. RICHARD BARDOLPH 



Before I begin. I am obliged to tell you 
that I have consulted the shades of the 
founders, and they have given me leave, 
for this once, to make of this evening an 
occasion for commemorating not primarily 
the founders but the co founders of the 
University: the co founders who are just as 
surely the makers and builders of our 
beloved University as were those who first 
drafted the plans and laid the foundations 
of the grand institution whose 85th birth- 
day we celebrate today. And though my 
natural modesty almost prevents me. I am 
moved also to tell you that in my spectral 
communications with the departed first 
founders, they expressed their pleasure that 
it was I, this year, upon whom this 
felicitous task should fall. 

For they know, as many of you may not. 
that I am one of the last living links with 
the first generation of teachers who presided 
over the classrooms of what was first called 
the State Normal and Industrial College, 
and then became in 1919 the North Carolina 
College for Women, and subsequently in 
1931. the Woman's College of the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina. The fact is that 
I came to this campus as an Assistant 
Professor of History in 1 944. just a little 
over S3 years ago. That is a third of a 
century: in retrospect, is but as yesterday 
when it is gone. And now I find myself 
measured in years of sen- ice. literally the 
grand old man of the faculty. As soon as 
the gasp subsides which is now running 
through this assemblage, and when you 
have recovered from your .surprise that so 
youthful a personage as I appear to be 
could in fact be so venerable. I propose 
to share with you the reflections of one 
who has walked and talked with the 
matriarchs and the patriarchs. 

I should caution you that what I am 
going to say will be intensely personal, 
and sentimental to the point of pathos. 

Submit first, however, if you will, to a 
moment of demographic calculation. If. as 
my dictionary warrants. I may speak of 
the first generation of the College's faculty 
as .spanning roughly thirty years — from 
1892 to 1922. that is: and if. not to put too 
fine a point upon it. we may think of all 



those who entered the school's sen'ice as 
teachers during those thirty years as being 
the first generation, it follows, of course, 
that my own tenure here overlaps that 
of many of them. Not a few were still on 
the faculty in 1944. most of them, naturally, 
clustered in the group who had joined 
the teaching staff after 1910. But there 
were even some hardy perennials who 
reached all the way back to the college's 
first decade. Others who had finished 
the careers they had begun in the I890's 
were still very much around in Greetjsboro. 
And they showed. I have the grateful 
happiness to add. a genial hospitality to 
a brash young man from Chicago, as he 
sat with them for a spell on their front 
porches. He will always remember them 
with tender regard. 

Precious few of these members of the 
faculty's old guard had Ph.D. 's or publica- 
tions or other dazzling attainments that 
brought them to the outer world's notice. 
But they were precisely what we needed, 
and they delivered precisely what we asked 
of them in full measure, pressed down, 
shaken together, and running over If 
you would see their monument look about 
you. It was their steadfast vision and their 
industry and their integrity that set our 
brave and sturdy course, until they handed 
on the whole enterprise to the second 
generation, the faculty who came on 
board between 1922 and 1952. I knew 
nearly all ofthem.J'or after all I became one 
of them myself, at least in the last of that 
generation's three decades. As befitted 
the school's larger role, there was by then 
a notable growth in the scholarly sophistica- 
tion of the faculty and in its off-campus 
repute as well as in the breadth and depth 
of the learning that they imparted to their 
students. 

I remember them well, and I regret more 
than I can say that I cannot find words 
fully suited to the tribute they deserve. 
Nearly all of them J'rom the first genera- 
tion, and perhaps half of them from the 
second, whom I have known, are gone now: 
all those good people who labored so well 
as CO founders of our school, and who. 
incidentally, helped me make such a good 
life here in Greensboro, and who so genially 
tolerated my short-comings, and who 
rejoiced with me so sincerely when things 
went well. Often I think of them as the 
years begin to enfold me too. Memories 
wash over me like a wave. It is they 
who made this school and handed on the 

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The College 

of Arts and Sciences 




Anthropology 




Phoebe Frady 



Kimberly Gibson 




Art 



Autle Anderson 
Patricia Bryant 
Peggy Dooley 



Connie Aridas 
Melinda Burgess 
Deborah Douthett 




William Bailey 
Sheldon Cheek 
Martha Frisone 



Debbie Barrow 
Carol Craddock 
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Laura Hupman 


Elizabeth Hutchi 


nson 


Melmda Jester 


Ronda Jordan 


Andrew Love 


Mary Marley 




Nancy Marsh 


Norman Mashbu 


Dorlis Miller 


Kim Neal 




Anna Newman 


Harry O'Neal 





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Diana Thompson 
Lee Watts 



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Jean Benton 

Nina Bradsher 

Donald Bndger 

Cynthia Brookshire 

Emily Butner 

Mary Casstevens 



Miriam Conder 

Mark Dennis 

Grayland Dobson 

Cindy Elkins 

Mark Flory 

Tana Fryer 

Michael Honeycutt 




Biology 





William Hartle 
Mary McAlpine 



Rebecca Horney 
Linnea Miles 



Mary Kelly 

Timothy Misenheimer 



Pamela King 
Kenny Moore 




Left to Right 
Dr. Paul Lutz 
Mrs. Odessa Patrick 
Mrs- Lucille Shepard 
Dr, Bruce Ebertiart 
Dr Robert Cannon 
Dr. Robert Stavn 
Mr. John Curtis 
Mrs Linda Curtis 
Dr Edward McCrady 
Dr. Richard Morse 
Dr. Lois Cutter 
Dr. Virginia Gangstad 
Dr. Laura Anderton 
Miss Sarah Sands 
Dr Herbert Hendrickson 
Dr. William Bates 
Dr. James Wilson 



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Vickie Motley 



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Ray Williams 



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Front Row, Left to Right; 
Dr, Walter H. Puterbaugh 
Miss Mary Katsikas 
Dr. Terence A, Nile 
Dr, Juel P Schroeder 

Second Row, Left to Right: 
Miss Marguerite N Felton 
Dr Harvey B Herman 
Dr Sherri R Forrester 
Dr, Peter R Moses 
Dr Joseph A, Dilts 
Dr James C Barborak 
Dr John L Graves 
Miss Deborah H, Smith 
Dr. C. David Johnson 
Dr, Clarence H. Vanselow 



Communications and Theatre 



Emma Adams 

Catherme Adcock 

Jennifer Bare 

Buddy Barker 

Doris Campbell 



Elmer Davis 

Debbie Dean 

Pamela Donnell 

Mary Dopf 

Judy Eaker 



Ronald Eggleston 

Charles Embler 

Greg Fears 

Ann Fisher 

David Fitzsimmons 




Janet Frye 

Shannon Gllley 

Richard Griffiths 



Kim Harrison 
Susan Huck 
Judith Hull 



Laura Hunter 

Henrietta Ingram 

Jan Kyaw 




Judy Lebold 
Mary Lutz 
Mary Magginson 




Lucinda Nisbet 

Joel Perry 

Mary Peters 

Valerie Putney 



Cathy Rector 

Joyce Reid 

Sheila Rhodes 

Melinda Riley 



Martha Robinson 

Mary Schroeder 

Linda Stambaugh 

Karen Warco 



Stephanie Welsh 

Cynthia Whichard 

Diane Witherspoon 

Cheryl Wolfe 






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English 



Jean Atkinson 

Thomas Barne 

Susan Bnttain 

Scott Cook 





Deborah Cornelius 
Amy Dicker! 
Leigh Dodson 




Sandra Johnson 
Sue Kanoy 
Robm Loflin 



Susan McOaniel 
Glenda Owens 
Alice Penton 




Mark Railings 
Robin Routh 
Kenneth Sizemore 



Jo Ann Taylor 
Marilyn Thomas 
Vivienne Tyson 



Wanda Webb 
Diane Williams 
Michael Wmchell 



Geography 



Larry Metcalf 

Michael Paschal 

Linda York 




splendid university that we have today: 
how can we fitly honor them, how say 
how much we miss them? Most of them 
when first I came here ivere women, 
and as I recollect them through the haze 
of the years that have passed I love them 
with a tenderness that I cannot express. 

As I recently wrote in the Alumni 
Quarterly on the occasion of the death of 
one of these beloved colleagues. I have, in 
three and a half decades on the faculty, 
witnessed with mounting poignancy the 
unrelenting calculus of mortality. I have 
seen now the passing of nearly two gener- 
ations of consecrated faculty women and 
men: a splendidly civilized breed, as sturdy 
in mind and character as they were refined 
and decent in their sensibilities, gallantly 
spending themselves in their noble mission, 
little known beyond the campus boundaries, 
except, of course, in the grateful remember- 
ance of thousands of their former students, 
whose children will hear still the echoes of 
their voice. 

Their memory follows us like a bene- 
diction. One by one they recede into 
the shadows. Again and again, when yet 
another passes on. we come together for a 
moment to murmur our parting tributes: 
and we wince as we see them begin their 
last journey back to some corner of North 
Carolina, or Wisconsin. Illinois. New 
Hampshire. Iowa. South Dakota, never to 
return to the lofty monument they built 
here. God bring them to a greener place 
than even Oxford town! 

I miss them all. more than I can say. 
Time and again I find myself at the end of 
a day, calling them to remembrance as I 
sit in the gathering gloom and turn for 
solace to the glass that cheers while my 
beloved wife is busily contriving our 
supper in the kitchen. A nd no small portion 
of the sadness that encircles me springs 
from the refection that these departed 
companions of former days did not live to 
see the full flowering of what they planted 
for us and nourished into vigorous growth. 
How one wishes he could call back some 
of these old friends and conduct them over 
the campus! How their hearts would leap 
to see our splendid library, to take a single 
example, for this is yet another work of 
cofounders who assembled and ordered 
that majestic treasury of the accumulated 
lore and wisdom of the ages — that 
bulging storehouse whose garners have been 
kept over the years — as they are now — by 
some of the University's most devoted 
servants, who seem always happiest when 
they were assisting us in availing ourselves 
of the riches that the bookstacks and the 
special collections afford. 

Or. again, one thinks of the business 



and clerical staff quietly keeping the whole 
enterprise afioat during all those years: 
all those fiscal officers and managers and 
secretaries and clerks, taking as much pride 
in the University as do the most distin 
guished professors: .sitting at all those desks 
and bent over all typewriters, thinking lone 
supposes) all those economical thoughts, 
and meticulously tracing out and recording, 
like oceanographers. the fitful ebb and 
fiow. the rising and the falling tides of 
receipts and disbursements. If such arcane 
matters as daily pass through the hands of 
my department's secretaries had been 
entrusted to me and others of my kind, the 
State Normal and Industrial College, 
instead of becoming the great university 
that we now have, would have foundered 
within thirty days of its opening! 

How our departed founders and co- 
founders would marvel at the smooth 
efficiency of the Registrar's Office the 
Admissions Office, the Residence and 
Dining Ser\'ices. the Computer Center, the 
News Bureau, the Development Office, the 
Veteran's Services, the Student Health 
Sen-ices, the Placement Office the Financial 
Aid Office, to mention but a few of the 
ancillary operations brought into being by 
yet another small army of co-founders. 

And how they would applaud the rich 
array of academic courses which the 
1977/78 catalogue requires 216 pages merely 
to list, and which compound into a roster 
of undergraduate and graduate degree pro- 
grams that have won the respect and 
admiration of the scholarly world. .411 
of these too. of course, required yet another 
momentous company of co-founders, toiling 
in the vineyard in the heat of the day. 
to bring the bud to glorious fio wer 

One thinks too of the splendid variety 
of extra-classroom functions that the 
University brings to its own immediate 
constituencies, and to the city of Greens- 
boro, to the state and even to the nation 
and the world. Who can estimate the 
labors of uncounted co-founders, who 
developed through the three generations, 
such luxuriant growths as the University 
Theatre, the programs in Music and Dance, 
the Lecture/Concert Series, the many- 
faceted programs radiating out of the Elliott 
University Center. Weatherspoon .Art 
Gallery, the television and radio stations, 
the Instructional Resources and Media 
Centers, the athletic and recreational offer- 
ings on the campus and at Piney Lake, the 
forensic program, the Alumni Association, 
the Home Economics Foundation, the 
Excellence Fund, the Student Government 
Association, the campus publications, the 
host of honor societies and professional 
affiliations, the religious organizations, 
the sen'ice organizations, the Student 

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German and Russian 




History 



Peter Cieslak 
Michael Kiricopoes 
Alan Mynck 



David Harris 
Richard Lucas 
Candace Nicholson 



Genevieve HInkle 
Kathy Lunsford 

Alan Pike 



Raymond Huckabee 
Les Mittman 
Jamie Pridgen 




Nancy Reed 


David Rettig 


Charles Smith 


Mark Staley 


John Surratt 


Adrian Whitney 





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Mathematics 



Patricia Bray 
Linda Cagle 
; Elvira Caldwell 

I Diane Clark 




Robin Griffith 
Grace Holton 
Michael Horn 
Shelby Johnson 



Rhonda Kendnck 
Karen Myers 
Jack Rymer 
Ann Soyars 



fl Carol Stephens 

Donna Vaughn 



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Lila Watkins 
Carolle York 



Health Sen' ice, the advising system, the 
counseling and testing sen- ices, and the 
offices of adult students and continuing 
education^ All of these resources, taken 
so much for granted, and many more that 
time forbids us to itemize, hare each 
their separate history and each their part- 
icular cofounders. These are the nameless 
makers of the University whom we 
celebrate today. 

And finally we remember the administra- 
tive officers — the chancellors and deans, 
the heads of schools and divisions and 
departments. Here also, the University's 
history has been singularly fortunate. I 
have had the good fortune to have known 
every Chancellor with the sole exception 
of the first. Dr. Mclver. who died in 1906. 
I had been on the campus only a few days 
after my arrival in 1944 when 1 was ushered 
into the august presence of the aged and 
long-since retired Julius Foust. He sat in 
his living room, by that time a frail but 
still commanding eminence. It was a 
sweltering September day. with the 
temperature well in the 90 's. but like old 
King David he "gat no heat. " There was 
in fact a small fire in the fireplace, and 
a blanket across his knees. But he trans- 
fixed me with a keen, if skeptical eye. 
and .shared some of his wisdom with me. 
He even suggested that if I put my back 
into it I could eventually succeed to the 
high office he had held. I needn 't tell you 
that 1 never made it. and that the Univer- 
sity somehow survived that catastrophe, 
but I did in time become the chairman of 
the committee that selected our present 
chancellor. 

Yes. I knew all of the chancellors but 
one, and besides them a regiment of other 
administrative officers, every one of them, 
in his peculiar way. as truly a founder of 
the University as Ay cock and .Alderman 
and Mclver. I wish I could say that I 
was always at peace with all of them, but 
you would never believe it. so I forbear. 
But I do know that they were, taking them 
all in all. men and women of wisdom, 
and courage, and patience, and lofty 
purpose. 

It is all too easy to lose sight of that. 
And I should like to say. as I offer this 
modest tribute, that I. for one. from my 
long perspective, am not unaware that 
much of what has been best in the Uni- 
versity in the 85 years of its life, has come 
from its enlightened leadership. And I 
am speaking here of both those who led us 
in the past and those who lead us now. 

Someday, when no conceivable selfish 
benefit could accrue to me for giving such 
testimony. I would like to commission 
a sky writer to spell it out in smoke 
over the campus. But that too would, in 



a matter of hours, drift away, and many 
would go back to imputing our campus's 
strength to happy chance, like the infatuated 
fool who ascribed a collection of sonnets 
to an explosion in a print shop that spilled 
the type all over the floor, in perfect 
scansion, in iambic pentameter, fourteen 
lines to the stave. 



II 

Now it is when one turns from these 
refections to the contemplation of the awe- 
some responsibilities of a great university 
in the I970's that one's mood shifts in spite 
of himself as a sunny day can, on occasion, 
give place to a darkening overcast and fore- 
bodings that clutch at the heart. 

I digress for a moment to make my 
intention clear. Every civilization, every 
culture, every way of life, has a style, a 
shape, a tempo, an ethos of its own. 
Everybody knows, for example, that the 
American culture is in many significant, as 
well as many insignificant, ways, different 
from every other. .And what largely gives 
each civilization its peculiar qualities is the 
fact that it is based on a shared tradition. 
We are introduced to this shared tradition 
— one might say that we get our basic 
training in our culture 's general rules and 
its imperious expectations — at first by our 
parents, and then in growing measure by 
our formal and informal education. More 
or less unconsciously, somewhat like a 
mouse learning his way through a maze by 
remembering his mistakes, we learn to get 
on in our cultural environment by the 
resistances we encounter in the groups 
in which we move. And then, once we 
have been briefed, and no longer have 
an excuse for not knowing what our culture 
expects of us. we are pretty well locked in. 
The alternatives open to us thereafter are 
comparatively few. and the pressures to 
conformity are awesome. Now it is 
because that is the way human life, in its 
larger outlines, is grossly organized that a 
great university has a staggering responsi- 
bility and an exciting opportunity. 

A culture, or civilization, is essentially 
made up of three sets of components. 
First, what gives a society its particular 
flavor, its quintessential character, and 
distinguishes it from others, is its values: 
the traditional, collective judgments and 
feelings about what is good and bad. 
important or unimportant. Just or unjust, 
beautiful or ugly, true or false, noble or 
mean and the like. These values hare a 
great deal to do with explaining the action 
that goes on in a society. They spring 
in no small part from the civilization's 
religious tradition, and from its history. 

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and are influenced by its great men and 
women, and by the temper of its people. 
I do not say that any particular American 
value is uniquely our own: rather we differ 
from other civilizations, with respect to a 
particular value, in the priority that we 
assign to it. When, as I think we may, 
we say for example that respect for the 
individual human being, as an infinitely 
precious thing, has long been a character- 
istically American value, we say only that 
Americans give that value a higher ranking 
than many other do. and are more ready to 
sacrifice other values than other folk may 
be. before we are willing to see this one 
diminished. 

In studying civilizations, historians are 
increasingly disposed to look for the base- 
lines, the central themes, the fundamental 
preoccupations of a society in its values, 
and more particularly they seek these 
benchmarks of a culture in the efforts of its 
great men to find form for them. Is that 
indeed not what we mean when we speak 
of a country's heroes? Are they not the 
creative spirits, whether reknowned or 
obscure, who lead the rest of us in finding 
expression in tangible ways for the values 
that we cherish? Whether one is a states- 
man, artist, poet, playwright, educator, 
jurist, theologian, parish pastor, editor, 
scientist, or — quite apart from any 
particular vocation — a solidly educated 
and deeply cultivated man or woman: 
these are the movers and shakers of a 
culture, and it is they who perform the 
crucial task for the larger community of 
defining and refining its values, and calling 
and recalling their countrymen to this 
allegiance. 

A second major set of components that 
comprise a civilization is its institutions — 
its organized ways of transacting the bus- 
iness of daily living, the social machinery, 
the crystallized customs, the mechanisms 
for collective action which keep a society 
on its track, presence order and stability, 
impose a check upon self-will and reckless 
innovation, and provide regular system- 
atic channels of action. One thinks of such 
an institution as religion, or a country's 
fundamental laws, or its economic struc- 
tures and procedures: corporations, for 
example, and the banking system, or 
inheritance, and ten thousand other 
institutions large and small: even the little 
courtesies by which the traffic of human 
life is eased. These institutions, like our 
values, give distinctiveness to our culture: 
for it is ultimately the function of our 
institutions to enable us to realize, to make 
real or actual, our values. That is just 
why our institutions differ in detail from 
those of other peoples. They are shaped 
with a view to achieving our purposes: 



and these too are therefore under the 
solicitous and critical scrutiny of a society s 
educated and cultivated man and women, 
its aristocracy of mind and character. 

The third set of components which give 
a civilization its bent and texture is its set 
of beliefs, its creed, its ideology, the verities 
believes and believes in: in short its Ideas. 
Our ideas, our belief system, is what we 
say and think about what we do and about 
what we feel. Ideas are the ways men and 
women put into words their vindications 
their reasons for doing or cherishing things: 
they define, delimit, authenticate, verify, 
and legitimate our values and our institu- 
tions. We in the University community 
share with our educated and cultivated 
countrymen a commitment to presen'ing 
and keeping wider steady criticism a 
complex set of ideals and beliefs which 
point us to the answers for the great 
questions of life and death. 

And all of us have the fearful respon- 
sibility — and the soul-lifting opportunity — 
to communicate this intellectual and moral 
heritage to all with whom we associate. 
It is our duty to keep our civilization's 
values, and institutions, and especially 
its ideology, its creed, under steady sur- 
veillance, under anxious scrutiny, in the 
sleepless quest for their refinement, in the 
battle to preserve them and extend their 
sway against every evil that menaces 
them. 

Perhaps nothing is more fascinating to 
the student of the rise and fall of civiliza- 
tions than the circumstance that in every 
culture there are. to borrow a phrase 
from Winston Churchill, .w many owe so 
much to so few. In His inscrutable wisdom. 
Providence has chosen, it would seem, to 
entrust the better aspirations of societies 
to a small remnant who. while their fellows 
sleep, or carouse, or pursue their petty pur- 
poses, keep anxious vigil on the walls, 
alert, ready when danger impends, to sound 
the trumpet and summon the brave. 

Of course I speak not of those who look 
to the physical defense of the realm, 
important as that enterprise may be in this 
violent world. No. when I speak of the 
sentries on the ramparts. I speak of the 
heroes of the spirit and of the mind, the 
saints and seers, the poets, the guardians 
of the sacred traditions, to whose keeping 
a peoples ' well-being is entrusted. Surely, 
few will deny that the importance of these 
guardians with whom a great university is 
peculiarly identified, was never greater 
than it is at this hour. In America, as else- 
where, our most dangerous foes are in our 
own household, corrupting the spirit and 
setting at naught the counsels of our wisest 
and best spirits. And the corrupters are 
more powerfully armed than ever in the 

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lish your prose^ After four years here we're 
sure that you've developed your own opinions 
about the good and the bad aspects of UNC-G. 
So. please submit your writings to Pine Nee- 
dles. RM 206, EUC. Campus. Due Tuesday, 
Nov. 17. All submissions become the property 
of the yearbook. Please include Name, Ad- 
dress, and Major. Please note that this mate- 
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school. 



. . . Pausing at the threshold between past and future, 
never more aware of both. One looks solid and secure, 
like the roots of a healthy oak. The other looks nebulous 
but bright, like a hazy dawn. 

Proud to have accomplished a long-sought goal, i join 
the parade exuberant, expectant, self-sufficient, unique. 
Whatever challenges lie ahead, I am equipped to meet 
them. My weapon is knowledge — not infinite — never 
complete — only partially gleaned from books pages 
and professors' lips. 

An endless process has been set in motion. 

Choosing courses, activities, friends. Reasoning 
methods, solutions, means. Testing ideas, deficiencies, 
strengths. Organizing. Communicating. Postulating. 
Defining. Interacting. Rearranging. Discovering. Build- 
ing. Discussing. Socializing. Laughing. Weeping. Giv- 
ing. Taking. Joining Reaping. Growing. 



UNC-G has been very fulfilling for me as far as being 
able to get a good education, meeting what I hope will 
be lifetime friends, and being able to attend and partici- 
pate in some of the finest social and cultural events one 
could ever dream of Getting to know so many people, 
especially the administrators, has been a pleasure in 
Itself and it's been fun working with them on Student 
Orientation and Commencement Committees. If others 
have not had a good experience I would have to hon- 
estly say that it's no one s fault but their own. UNC-G is 
one of the finest institutions anywhere and I'm going to 
miss it. My heart will always be here and my memories 
will be pleasant and treasured ones. 

Debbie Whitley — Music Education 



Learning. 

This IS how I see the rest of my life; a progressive verb 
(active). 

Would It have been thus had I not chosen college? I'm 
thinking. No. Thinking that — despite disappointments, 
red tape, despair — I m glad I came. Thinking positive. 

Thinking. 

Valerie Fae Putney — Communications 



NOTICE 

The material presented on these two pages is all of the 
Senior copy received by the PINE NEEDLES staff from 
its solicitation in the CAROLINIAN, 



I'd like to thank the staff of Pine Needles for the oppor- 
tunity to warn all freshmen and transfer art students 
about that little understood quality that their instructors 
will demand of them here at UNC-G. That quality which I 
refer to as COSMIC 

COSMIC, you say. What is COSMIC? All will be 
explained in time. 

I first encountered COSMIC at UNC-G in Intro, to Studio 
Art under Budny. (Hark! I hear some groans from my 
fellow students! Calm down — that was three years ago 
— my how time flies!) Budny's class, as with any Art 
History class, met in Mclver, room 28, with lights turned 
low (but not the least bit romantic) . . . The drone of the 
slide projectors and the instructors voice having a 
somewhat hypnotic effect on the unsupecting art stu- 
dents. Then, after one or two weeks of indoctrination we 
were confronted with COSMIC. Budny flashed a slide of 
a painting by a famous artist on the screen. Now, to 
anyone else it would have been a simple study of a bowl 
of fruit — but no, this was, after all, Induction er . . .1 
mean Introduction to Studio Art. Suddenly the bowl of 
fruit became the universe, the banana a phallic symbol, 
the apple symbolic of the Fall of Man! We had entered 
into . . . COSMIC! Once again, some uneducated soul 
might believe that the artist had simply been unable to 
paint in perspective; that this was the reason for the way 
the bowl sat precariously on the edge of a table that 
appeared slanted up at a 45" angle. But no, this was 
simply an opportunity to expound on the unsteadiness 
of mans image of himself. Of man's need to anchor 
himself to realityi COSMIC! 



Of course, as in all art classes worth their salt, we had 
the inevitable critique. I had to explain my work. Sud- 
denly Mr. Kotani put me on the spot. •Bill," he said as 
he looked at my monstrosity, "would you care to com- 
ment on this piece? " Calling on my extensive training in 
COSMIC I said, "Of course, here we see the universe 
represented by this square slab of clay." (Clay being the 
material of the "earthen elements'" it was particularly 
appropriate.) "And this hourglass shape represents 
time " (Uh-huh! Right') "These pieces of clay represent 
mans striving to find his niche within reality." (I was 
having to exercise a great deal of control to hide my 
snickering.) "I see, " said Mr. Kotani as he turned to 
address the rest of the class. "I would like all of you to 
learn something from Bill's piece. It shows that he put a 
great deal of thought and time into his work. And as you 
can see, the results are apparent." I was shocked but I 
learned a great deal. You can fool some of the people 
some of the time but with COSMIC there is deep mean- 
ing in everything. 

So heed my warning freshman and students. Use COS- 
MIC while in school, yes, but please, oh please dont 
become so taken by your own wit, so confused by your 
instructor that you begin to believe your own COSMIC 

Bill Bailey — Studio Art 



After surviving this, the neophyte art student is ready to 
try to smooth talk and/or simply con his instructors into 
believing that the smear of red paint on his canvas 
wasnt really due to his accidently flipping his sopping 
brush onto it. No! This was the students way of depict- 
ing anger, futility and other un-nice things in his paint- 
ing. 

Of course, it was well though out! 

Of course, it was the inner feeling of his soul expressed 
in an outward manifestation of symbolic, impressionis- 
tic brush strokes. 

COSMICi 



Nor will I soon forget the time I was frustrated in 
ceramics class. I was having trouble getting the stupid 
clay to do what I wanted it to. In a moment of crazed 
frustration I created ... a mess. Two bowl shapes 
joined together (looking something like an open hour 
glass) mounted on a slab of clay on which I, not so 
carefully, placed bits and pieces of clay. It was a genu- 
ine useless blob. 



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NAPPIE speaks out' 



an interview with the first canine student 

translation provided by former state department Interpreter 



NAPPIE, what former education did you receive prior to enrolling in this institution? 

WOFF, WOFF: BARK BARK. 

I went to obedience school for three years, but i was 

drafted into the k-9 corps before i received my degree; i am now 

trying to complete my schooling at unc-g under the gi bull. 

what made you decide to come to unc-g? 

WOFF WOFF WOFF, BARK WOFFGROWL BARK. 

i abandoned my country and lust for unc-g. after all you have 

to admit that there are a lot of dogs running around campus. 

have you run into any problems as a canine student? 
WOFF WOFF BARK GROWL, GROWL BARK BARK BARK, 
there are not enough firehydrants on campus, and i feel that 
they should install one in every classroom building. 

what about your social life? 

WOFF WOFF BARK BARK, GROWL AHUMMA-HUMMA WOFF WOFF. 

i feel kind of frustrated, I've chased a few pussies around 

but they climbed up trees. 



The School of Business 
and Economics 



Andrea Adams 

Bill Anderson 

Sonya Anderson 

Susan Anderson 

Mark Baker 

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Ruth Ballance 



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long history of human susceptibility: they 
have in their arsenal unlimited material 
means, diabolically effective engines of 
persuasion, the anesthetic soothings of 
mass amusements, multiplying creature 
comforts, and seductive soul-blasting 
distractions that entrap the minds and 
spirits of deluded and infatuated millions 
whose moral defenselessness renders them 
easy prey. 

Not only is our glorious heritage under 
fearful attack: the very notion of heritage. 
per se, is under siege. The educated 
community finds it increasingly difficult to 
arouse our fellow citizens to their peril. 
The forces ranged against us have not only 
power on their side, and numbers, and 
seductive appeals — all the more devastat- 
ing precisely because they coincide so closely 
to man's baser nature: they have also, 
alas, the listless acquiescence of those 
whom they delude. Those who need our 
help most will not even want it: indeed 
those who need us most will regard us at 
best as officious meddlers, and at worst 
as the enemy himself 

I turn now to what seems to me to be 
the most frightening phenomenon of our 
time, which the university community 
must combat with all the power it can 
muster if American culture is not to be 
hopelessly debased. I refer to the mounting 
revoh against our heritage — religious, 
moral, and philosophical. One form that it 
takes is the crumbling of moral imper- 
atives, and their replacement with a vapid 
moral relativism that finds its sanctions in 
mere consensus — in whatever the situation 
requires, in whatever suits the existential 
moment: in group harmony, in statistical 
validation in the manner of the Kinsey 
report: in appeals to naturalistic authority 
that denies the claims of the ineffable 
and the transcendant upon man 's allegiance: 
the "new morality " that affirms that man 's 
comfort and pleasure is the measure of all 
things, and that the time has come for him 
to do his own thing and cut himself free 
from religious "primitivism. " 

This apostasy is rooted, one senses, in 
a deeper and broader revolt against the 
very principle of authority itself .Associated 
with it is revolt, in the plausible name of 
human dignity and "the free individual. " 
against the transcendent in religion, against 
ancient and tested values in education, 
against cherished political and constitu- 
tional precepts and practice, against the 
venerable rules that have kept social rela- 
tions and public and private virtue in a 
reasonably stable frame since our culture's 
infancy. 

Another of the hallmarks of this vogue 
of revoh and nihilistic self-assertion is the 
zeal for repudiating the past merely because 



it is past. However well it may have 
serxed others, it does not speak to us now. 
they say. The present is ours, let those who 
will yearn for a vanished age. 

Now. none of us would be so fatuous as 
to maintain that the shared tradition upon 
which our society rests is not desperately 
in need of amendment. It is a material- 
istic cutlure: it is tragically flawed with 
meretricious purpose: it is laced with 
inequities and hypocrisies: it does fix a 
lascivious eye upon the bitch goddess 
success: it is dehumanized, depersonalized. 
and swift to shed blood. It has produced 
an age of the diminished man. Indeed. 
I too believe, with other students of the 
discontents of our times, that back of the 
black man's revolt, and back of the 
impassioned demonstrations in years just 
past against the government's policy in 
Vietnam, and back of the campus insurrec- 
tions across the land a half dozen years 
ago, and back of the tragically alienated 
hippie is a deeper desperation, determined 
to reassert the dwindling individual. The 
impersonal monster of amoral and 
computerized Bigness towers so far above 
the little men whom he dwarfs that he can 
no longer hear them. So they twist and 
writhe and gesticulate and shout in rage 
before him. They declare war against the 
impassive Behemoth, whose chromium 
heart pumps only print-outs smothering 
the individual and rendering him voiceless 
and impotent. They hurl their darts at 
him in frenzy, into his very face. But he 
does not so much as turn his head to take 
note of their puny insolence: he does not 
even blink his iron eyes. 

But. in their arrogant rejection of the 
past: in their angry repudiation of the 
splendid, if flawed, tradition in which 
American civilization was cradled: in their 
profane dismissal of all their forebears held 
dear: in their strident demand for "rele- 
vance. " which in their myopic vision they 
confuse with mere contemporaneity: in 
their .substitution of a "situation ethic" 
for the timeless commands of the ineffable 
and the transcendent they have mounted 
a new barbarian invasion, which, if it is 
not halted, can end only with the toppling 
of our civilization from its historic base, 
cutting it off — its values, its institutions, 
and the faith it has lived by —from the 
soil in which it germinated, and from the 
life-giving elements that have sustained it 
for centuries. 

Some who have sadly contemplated this 
gathering trend have likened the cultural 
and spiritual drift of the 1%0's and 1970's 
to a cut fiower. A cut fiower to all appear- 
ances is for the moment still fresh. It sub- 
sists for a brief season because it contains 
still a small portion of the nutriments 



it had drawn through its roots before it 
was separated, alienated from what, in 
health, it fed upon. But the residuum 
is quickly consumed and the flower is 
fatally ravaged. 

Or to borrow another and perhaps more 
precise figure from the plant world one 
thinks of the girdling of a tree. You will 
perhaps remember from your American 
history books that the advancing pioneer, 
as he struggled to subdue the forest, often 
found it convenient to avoid the arduous 
labor of felling the tough, green, living 
trees with his axe. and preferred to kill 
them by girdling, then later, with relatively 
Unit' effort, burned off the dead timber 
from the ground. 

The catastrophe was accomplished 
simply by cutting an incision around the 
trunk of the tree, close to the earth. That 
done, the tree was doomed beyond recall, 
for the intricate mechanism by which the 
lofty oak or pine manufactured and dis- 
tributed its nourishment throughout its 
vast anatomy had been forever interrupted. 
No matter if two or three hundred years 
had gone into the maturing of the tree: 
the work of a brief moment could destroy 
it. 

If the operation were performed early in 
the spring, death came quickly, for there 
was no considerable reserve of nutriments 
in the roots to sustain life. But if it were 
done in the summer, there was at first 
no sign that anything was amiss. A tree, 
as you may know, draws its elemental 
nutrients from the soil through its root 
system, and then pumps them upward 
through the inner core of the trunk, up- 
ward through the branches and to the 
leaves. And there, in the leaves, by action 
of the sunlight, the elements are trans- 
formed and the product of this photosyn- 
thesis is sent by the descending transport 
system at the outer edge of the trunk and 
the branches just under the bark, down- 
ward to the root system as food to be 
matured and stored for the next year's 
feeding. It is. of course, this last turn in 
the cycle that is fatally blocked when the 
tree is girdled. If this occurs in the summer, 
life goes on. the tree loses little of its 
outward splendor, for the larder is safely 
stocked in sufficient quantity to complete 
the year's round of life and growth. In 
November the leaves drift to the ground, 
and the lofty monarch of the forest 
confidently faces into the winter, to all 
appearances to be revived when the buds 
swell once more in the spring. 

But all is not well. For in this tree the 
hand of man has shut off the fountain 
which nature had quickened. And when 
the spring rains come, and the sun warms 
the earth, and the elements under the forest 



floor offer themselves once again to the 
roots that seek them out. this tree will not 
respond to the ancient impulses that 
animated it in the past. It has been for- 
ever separated from the nourishment that 
first warmed it into life, and then sustained 
it through its youth, and on into the days 
of its greatness. 

And as I ponder the amoral and self 
centered nihilism of our time, and 
contemporary man 's arrogant determination 
to go it alone and on his own terms, 
to make his own ethic, to cast off the solemn 
feasts and to remove the ancient landmark, 
to have done with the past, and to make a 
new future, which he proposes to mani- 
pulate under rules of his own devising. I 
find my mind drifting back again and again 
to that melancholy symbol. 

I spoke earlier of the unblinking false 
god before whom the modern votaries of 
the twentieth century cult of an amoral 
and mindless scientism prostrate themselves. 
Who are the priests of this towering Moloch 
who devours his children and consumes 
our humanity? They are everyone who 
has joined the growing and advancing 
hordes of anti-intellectuals, whose hoarse 
laughter rolls through the chamber when- 
ever men of good will fall to speaking of 
releasing the human spirit, unfettering the 
human mind, and building more stately 
mansions for their souls. It is all of the 
new vandals, crouching behind their 
computers, whose cause will have triumph- 
ed when mankind is once more forced back 
into the captivity of sterile inevitabilities, 
this time in the captivity of statistically 
stockaded determinisms every whit as 
absolute as the confining stultifications 
imposed by the less sophisticated super- 
stitions from which man was only so 
recently disenthralled. 

I beg you to understand me. I am 
speaking here not of science: for science, 
rightly perceived, is a magnificant instru- 
ment of liberation. But the most accurately 
calibrated slide rule will not measure 
temperature, nor will the world's finest 
microscope sound the depths of human 
passion, human ecstasy, human despair. 
No. it is not science that kindles my fears, 
but scientism. which Webster's Third 
Unabridged defines in less impassioned 
language than mine, as the "thesis that the 
methods of the natural sciences should be 
used in all areas of investigation, including 
philosophy, the humanities, and the 
social sciences: and the belief that only 
such methods can fruitfully be used in 
the pursuit of knowledge. " 

I am pleading for a return to the human- 
istic traditions, the anxious study of man 's 
deeper nature, studies presided over by 
men and women, including scientists, of 

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deep and liberal learning, with fire in their 
bellies, and poetry in their hearts, who still 
profess unashamed allegiance to that 
central theme of the humanities — the 
uniqueness of man: man the only inhabitant 
of this planet with the capacity for truly 
thinking his way out of complex dilemmas, 
the only organism capable of rapture and 
despair, for catching the vision of the 
sublime, for distinguishing between right 
and wrong, or for installing himself in 
hells of his own devising. I plead for man. 
whether you conceive of him in the idiom 
of the Judeo-Christian tradition, as 
created in the image of God. a little lower 
than the angels, but actually preferred 
above them, and destined by his maker to 
put all things in subjection under their 
human feet: or if you prefer, in the more 
secular vision of Sophocles majestic tribute 
to "the boundless fancy of man. " 

I need hardly tell you that the human- 
ities have fallen on evil days. And this 
bodes ill for our civilization, for where 
there is no vision the people perish, and 
if there is none to sound the trumpet who 
will go into the battle? When the steady- 
ing voice of the humanities is at last 
drowned out by the more clamorous voices 
that dominate our times, we may for yet 
a season attain a yet larger gross national 
product, perhaps even a more tranquil 
society, but the tree will have been girdled. 

And let us not mari'el that it becomes 
increasingly difficult for the millions to catch 
the vision, to hear the drumbeat, to incur 
the holy, cleansing infection. We are sliding 
toward the day when we cannot even 
arouse that spirit in many of our colleges 
and universities anymore — indeed not 
even in the liberal arts colleges of great 
universities, to whom we had for three 
hundred years entrusted the keeping of the 
sacred flame. Literature, philosophy, 
history, religion, fine arts, where the truly 
important questions of human destiny and 
life and death are raised, at the highest 
level, are no longer required — even in 
many distinguished, old seats of learning, 
and they are rarely elected except to 
accumulate credits or certificates of some 
sort or other, or perhaps as passports to 
graduate or professional schools. 

Humanism is steadily edged out by a 
sterile pseudo-scientific positivism as if by 
some Faustian hell-compact that promises 
a few years of propserity. until Lucifer 
returns to claim his own. 

The prophetic voice and the poetic voice 
is ignored, in favor of the pathetic delusion 
that only methods of statistical and labora- 
tory verification can lead us to certitudes 
about anything whatsoever — even about 
poetry, and morality, and justice, and love, 
and beauty. We see on every hand a 



craven surrender to the tyranny of data, 
which instead of being seen as mere foot- 
notes of the truth, corroborating and 
illustrating it. are mistaken for Ultimate 
Truth itself. The transcendent verities, the 
unknown or the as yet unknowable, are 
explained away, or analyzed into impotent 
segments: the priority of principle over 
instance is repudiated: the ineffable is 
sneered out of the lecture hall and exploded 
in the laboratory — especially when that 
will sen'e to deny the uniqueness of man. 
For nothing is more characteristic of this 
mentality than the proposition that man is 
of precisely the same order of being, however 
more complex, as any other material 
phenomenon, explicable and explicable only 
by the same statistical analyses and labora- 
tory controls, in a cosmos that has no 
purpose or meaning, a tale told by an idiot, 
full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. 
It implies that his aspirations, his anguish, 
his fears, his nobilities, his rages, his 
magnanimities are subject to the same 
quantifications as the by-products of his 
metabolism, his perspiring, his digestion, 
his sensory reflexes. Men whose fathers 
took counsel from Plato — or St. August- 
ine's De Ciritate Dei, turn now to Joyce 
Brothers, and opinion polls, and Masters 
and Johnson's stop watches, ingenious 
cameras, and the computer From the 
conception of man as created in the image 
of God we move to the contemplation of 
man as a mechanism, a little lower than 
the devils, the self-betrayed victim of a 
technology he cannot control, until we learn 
how he can be re programmed, and his 
genetic inheritance manipulated. 

Now I see that my time is spent. If 
what I have said has disturbed you or 
brought you pain I am sorry. But I draw 
comfort from the remembrance that the 
book I most revere assures us that faithful 
are the wounds of a friend. And. besides. 
I know of no others with whom I had 
rather rest this case in this time of our 
common peril than with those who have 
caught the vision of the founders and 
co-founders of this great University. May 
she. for at least another 85 years, be 
faithful to the trust that was passed on to 
us by those who have gone before! 



Delivered 5 October 1977 

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Wanda King 



Patricia Kinney 
Jill Kinton 
Dawn Kirschenman 
Karen Koehler 
Keith Kolischak 



Marjorie Lamb 
Tammy Lamb 
Carol Lambeth 
John Lancaster 
Sandra Lane 



Krista Lassiter 
Christine Lee 
Cynthia Lee 
Darlene Letterman 
Elizabeth Lewis 



Liteta Lewis 
Susan Lewis 
Edmond Limer 
Sheryl Link 
Debra Livengood 



Deborah Loflln 

Marian Logan 

Angela Uoizides 

Gloria Lojko 

Anna Lewder 



Paula Lowder 

Rebecca Lowder 

Howard Lowe 

Rodney Luck 

Lori Lynch 



Sharon Mabe 

Walter Mabe 

Janet Maness 

John Manly 

LaRhe Markham 



Keith Martin 

Linda Martin 

Rebecca Martin 

Renee Mason 

Anne Massey 



Patricia Mauney 

Mona Maurice 

Kathryn May 

Robin Mayberry 

Nina McCloskey 



Cheryl McCoy 
Anita McCracken 

Lon McDaniel 
Kathy McDonald 

Teresa McKee 



Fred McKenna 

Kathy McKinney 

Nancy McKinney 

Kim McLean 

Rose McLean 



Mary McNair 
Anita McNeilly 
Laurey Mercer 
Weldon Merrill 

Tammy Metz 




Anne Miller 

Maria Miller 

Ruth Miller 

Donald Mitchell 

Lawrence Mock 



Barbara Moffitt 
Joanne Monroe 
Susan Monroe 
Annette Moore 
Dara Moore 



Donnah Moore 

Jeanne Moore 

Deborah Moretz 

Clarence Morris 

Jan Morris 



Margaret Morris 

Myra Morris 

Sandrei Mornsey 

Catherine Mott 

Cathy Moxley 



Cheryl Mozeley 

Jody Mollis 

Caroline Murphy 

Howard Nance 

Nancy Nelson 



Connie Nesheim 
Kim Newsome 

Trudy Nicholson 

Phyllis Nunn 

Connie Oakley 



Joyce Odum 

Cynthia Oehler 

Julie Olive 

Sallie Olson 
Susan Osborne 



Georian Ostapchenko 

Cyd Overby 

Debra Pace 

Kathy Parsons 

Syed Pasha 








Cynthia Payne 



Janet Payne 
Ola Payne 
Kimberly Pearson 
Kathenne Peck 
Rosanne Peeler 



Yvonne Pence 
Heidi Perryman 
Diane Peterson 
Laura Phillips 
Steve Phillips 



Anne Pickard 
Janet Pierce 
Mary Pilley 
Deborah Pittma 
Sylvia Pittman 



Constance Pitts 
Diane Pitts 
Lisa Poteat 
Pam Potter 
Nancy Powell 



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Anne Ramsey 

Lee Randall 

Donna Rascoe 

Kathy Rauss 

Cochitha Ray 



Donna Ray 

Kyle Ray 

Juanita Reel 

Susan Register 

Paula Reynolds 



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Julie Rhodes 
Cindy Richard 
Teresa Richardson 
Eric Ries 
Belinda Rives 



Kathy Robmette 
Mary Robins 
Molly Rohn 
Kaye Roland 
John Rowe Jr. 



Ellen Rubin 
Sherrill Rudy 
Kathy Rumple 
Maria Rutter 
Tina Sanders 



Addie Saxton 
Reba Saylor 
Sarah Schnitzel 
Francis Sciolino 
Elizabeth Scott 



Marguerite Seate 
Rati Sekula 
Robin Self 
Valerie Sellers 
Lorae Setzer 



Sally Sharp 
Donald Sheffield 
Gwendolyn Sheriean 
Myra Shook 
JoAnn Sigsby 



Carol Simpson 
Phillip Simpson 
Mignon Simpson 
Linda Sink 
Sheila Sloan 



Teresa Sloan 
Donna Smith 
Karen Smith 
Linda Smith 
Rita Smith 



Susan Snead 

Holli Snyder 

Kathy Southard 

Gloria Spaugh 

Brad Spencer 



Sharon Springs 

Mary Stanley 

Paula Stathakis 

Ellen Steinmann 

Mary Steltzer 



Cathy Stephens 

Wanda Stevens 

Carolyn Stewart 

Romulus Still 

Alice Stone 



Ronnie Stone 

Amy Story 

Rebecca Sutherlin 

Lisa Swaim 

Diane Swann 



Daniel Swanson 

Wanda Swicegood 

Ginger Sykes 

Lucinda Sykes 

David Tager 



Ram Tapp 

Elaine Taybron 

Camille Taylor 

Janet Taylor 

Keith 



Thom Temples 
Frankie Terry 
Caryl Thomas 
Cindy Thomas 
Diane Thomas 



Ruth Thomas 

Donald Thompson 

Sandra Thompson 

Sarah Thompson 

Susan Thorne 





Thomas Valentino 
Michael Vasconcellos 
Lori Vaughn 
Caroline Veno 



Teresa Vestal 
Carol Vincent 
Hanh Vu 
Debra Waddell 



Melinda Walker 

Vickie Walker 

Melmda Wall 

Sabrina Walls 

Warren Walters III 



James Ward 
Lynne Ware 

Cynthia Wasburn 
David Weill 

Melanee Wheeler 



Lydia White 

Gwendolyn Whitfield 

Trudy Whitney 

Jeffrey Whitsett 

Virginia Widenhouse 



Melody Wiles 
Vickie Wilhelm 
April Wilkerson 

Dante Wilkins 
David Williams 



Julie Williams 

Patricia Williams 

Rosita Williams 

Vickie Williams 

Kim Willis 



Ann Wilson 

Lisa Wilson 

Rick Wilson 

Sheila Wimborn 

Alice Wintield 



Bill Wofford 

Claudia Wolfe 

Denise Womack 

Gary Womack 

Sarah Woodcock 




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Vanessa Woods 



Kathy Wooten 
Rebecca Wright 
Richard Wright 
Sheila Wright 
Debbie Yeatman 



Jeffry Yoder 
Alfred York 
Gail York 
Susan Yount 
Kevin Yow 



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Margaret Abbe 

Laura Albergotti 

Paulette Alexander 

Leisa Allen 

Lydian Altman 



Tanya Anderson 

Carole Andrews 

Mary Angell 

Vasiiiki Anggelis 

Marsha Angley 



Caria Annas 

Steve Arthur 

Luara Askew 

Marfa Atwood 

Pam Babb 



Ann Bailes 

Patricia Baird 

Susanne Baker 

Etta Baldwin 

Gaye Barbour 





Patti Beard 
Debra Beckwith 
Karen Behler 
Clara Bell 
Lisa Bell 



Nancy Belton 
Brenda Bennett 
Susan Bennett 
Kristine Berling 
Martha Berry 



Tern Berry 
Paula Biggers 
Valerie Bland 
Stierry Blankenship 
Amy BIyttie 



Anne BIyttie 
Georgieann Bogdan 
Charlie Bohl 
Richard Booth 
Bonnie Boykin 



Barbara Brady 
Maria Brandon 
Delores Brawley 
Barbara Brewer 
John Bright 



Lisa Brigman 
Elizabeth Briley 
Nancy Brockman 
Edith Brodie 
Rhonda Brooks 



Delisa Brown 
Denise Brown 
Lisa Brown 
Sue Brown 
Lydia Broyhill 



Angela Bruns 
Karen Bryant 
Lisa Buff 
Maria Bundros 
Sherry Burch 



Jeff Burchette 
Sandra Burchfleld 



Susan Burleson 
Terry Burrage 



Sherri Burrls 
Valerie Burrows 



Deborah Butler , - ■ 

Elaine Butler * "^ "" ' 



Cathy Byerly 
Betsy Cabell 



Anne Caffey 
Laura Cardell 



Bettie Carmon 
Terri Carpenter 



Jane Carroll 
Lisa Carter 





Thomas Carter 
Sherry Gartner 
Eugenia Cashwell 
Diane Cassels 
Lisa Cassidy 



Linda Gates 
Angell Gaudill 
Tami Causey 
Wanda Chamberlain 
Rebecca Chamblee 



Debra Ghavis 
Mary Cheek 
Laurie Cheeseman 
Felicia Clack 



Martha Clapp 



Anita Clark 
Donna Clark 
Polly Clark 
Lisa Claudon 
Nolan Clay 



Cathy Clayton 
Marc Clinard 
Tammy Coble 
Carol Cochran 
Anita Cockman 



Rebecca Coker 
Debbie Coley 
Joan Collette 
Amanda Collie 
Allyson Collins 



Kathryn Collins 
Lisa Conley 
Michelle Conyne 
Teresa Cook 
Gwenn Cooley 



Janet Cooper 
Cynthia Cothren 
Sallie Goughenou 
Karen Coulter 
Eva Cowan 



Denise Cox 

Janie Cox 

Louanne Craven 

Sandra Creekmuir 

Sandra Creelman 



Twila Cromwell 

Mrlton Crotts 

Alfreda Crutchfield 

Debora Cuthrell 

Tammie Cutri 



Mark Daughtrey 

Denise Davis 

Edna Davis 

Joy Davis 

Susan Davis 



Tim Davis 

Angela Dean 

Dawn Deaver 

Jill DeGennaro 

Kim DeJarnatt 




Donna Depperschmidt 

Diane Derrick 

Susan Derwin 

Sherri Detweiler 

Michael Dixon 



Barbara DuRanI 

Catherine Eaton 

Carol Eddy 

Beth Edwards 

Carolyn Eike 










Lee Elder 
Brenda Elliot 
Lauran Ellis 
Betty Evans 
Pamela Evans 



Robin Everheart 
Kathy Farmer 
Corlise Ferrell 
Donna Ferrell 
Ellen Figaro 



Janet Finch 
Karen Finch 
Lisa Finley 
Elizabeth Fischer 
Amy Fisher 



Rebecca Flynn 
Gwendolyn Fogg 
Jefferson Fortner 
Don Foster 
Tina Fosret 



Jane Foushee 
Larry Fowler 
Robin Fowler 
Candas Fox 
Debra Fox 



Jocelyn Foy 
Janet Franklin 
James Frazler 
Jenn Frazier 
Laura Frederick 



Sarah Freeman 
Sharon Fulghum 
Carey Gaddis 
Elizabeth Gaddy 
Linda Gaines 



Jane Galloway 
Ginnie Gardiner 
Liz Gardner 
Linda Gaster 
Margie Gaye 



Melanie Gear 

Cindy Giljames 

Jackie Gladstone 

Charles Glasgow 

Laura Glennie 



Sabrina Goude 
Joyce Gorham 
Debbie Grant 
Deborati Grady 
Margaret Green 



Patricia Gregory 

Connie Gresham 

Laura Griffin 

Pamela Griffin 

Eileen Griffith 



Dorothy Grubb 

Cynthia Gurganus 

Willa Hackney 

Marsha Hall 

Theresa Hall 





Jo Hambnck 
Annette Hamm 
Karen Hamnck 
Debbie Hancock 
LouAnn Hanellne 



Janet Hanks 
Judy Harbers 
Ethel Harman 
Robin Harrell 
Cynthia Harrill 



Debora Harris 
Martha Harris 
Mary Harris 
David Harrison 
Susan Harrison 



Joy Haswell 
Karen Hatfield 
Susan Hathcock 
Sharon Hauser 
Jackie Hawkins 



Teresa Hawkins 
Frances Heilig 
Patrick Henderson 
Tanya Henderson 
Elizabeth Hennis 



Gwenerviere Hester 
Lisa Hicks 
Susan Hicks 
Leigh Highfill 
Kathryn Hight 



Elizabeth Hill 
Janet Hill 
Kathy Hill 
Sandy Hill 
Kathleen Hines 



Mary Hitchcock 
Richard Hodges 
Deborah Hodgin 
Faith Holder 
Tina Holland 




Cynthia Holiey 
Kim Holmes 
Denise Holt 



Marsha Holtzclaw 

Sheree Holyfield 

Cynthia Hooper 

Karen Hoover 

Kathryn Hopkins 



Frances Horton 

Lobat Hossieni 

Kathleen Howard 

Gina Howell 

Sharon Howell 



Cindy Hoyle 

Melissa Hudgins 

Kathy Huffman 

Susan Huffman 

Susan Hughes 




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Jennifer Johnson 
Loretta Johnson 
Yvette Johnson 
Ann Johnston 
Debby Jones 



Angela Joyce 


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Bill Joyce 


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Diane Kearney 


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Suzanne Kearns 


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Ray Kennedy 


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Jolene Kepley 

Seth Kernodle 

Robin Kester 

Elizabeth Ketcham 

Catherine Kimball 



Linda Kimbell 
Lucetta Kinney 

Melisa Klingel 
Sondra Knight 
Nancy Kressin 








Janice Lane 




Karen Lange 


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Renee Latour 




Margaret Latta 


I ■ 'A 


Harr> Leafe 


MJ 




Teresa Lecornu 

Ann Leggett 

Peggy Leonard 

Brenda Lewis 

Kay Lewis 



Lisa Lile 

Jane Lillie 

Carolyn Lineberger 

Julie Liner 

Denise Lippucci 



Kathryn Lisle 

Amy Little 

Johnny Little 

Carole Livengood 

Leslie Lockwood 




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Mary Mackert 
Ann Madden 
Gennette Madison 
Nina Maness 
Tommy Maness 



Diane Mappus 
Annette Marion 
Starree Markham 
Jenean Marley 
Robin Marley 



Sabrina Martin 
Teena Martin 
Kim Massan 
Barbara Mast 
Joanne Mater 



Steve Mathews 
Kity Matkins 
Anne May 
Gayle May 
Terry Maynard 



Cheryl Mazak 

Dianne Mazo 

McAdams 

Susan McBane 



Del 



Jeanne McCann 
Mary McClain 
Kim McCorkle 
Laura McCraw 



Natlie McCulloch 
Gloria McCullum 
Adrian McDonnell 
Sharon McDowell 



linam McElveen 

Debra McGee 

Claire McGinnis 

Judy McKinney 



L'Tanya McMillian 

William McNeely 

Cathy Medlin 

Joyce Merrell 





Lisa Michael 
Gayle Midgette 
Danita Miller 
Tami Miller 
Tammy Miller 



Kathy Mmton 
Harriet Mitchell 
Katie Mitchell 
Sue Moon 
Ann Moore 



Karol Moore 
Melissa Moore 
Susan Moore 
Beth Moose 
Venecia Morehead 



Terrie Morgan 
Donna Morphis 
Barbara Morrison 
Lisa Munn 
Cynthia Murphy 



Darrel Murphy 
Linda Murphy 
Katherine Murray 
Linda Murray 
Melodle Murray 



Pam Murrell 
Jeff Muschell 
Esther Myers 
Rhonda Myhck 
Ina Nail 



Carroll Neely 
Robert Neely 
Dorothy Nelson 
John New 
Chuck Newman 



Melinda Newsome 
Mark Newton 
Anita Nichols 
Frank Nochumson 
Caroline Nowell 



Moira Nyreen 

Linda Dates 

Martha O'Bnant 

Ricky Oliver 

Susan Oliver 



Rosalin O Rear 

Kathryn Ortman 

Joyce Overby 

Linda Owens 

Denise Pace 



Melva Padgett 

Elizabeth Page 

Jamie Parker 

Janie Parker 

Sara Parker 



Susan Parker 

Mayumi Patience 

Janet Patterson 

Carolyn Paul 

Keith Payne 



Lynn Payne 

Sandra Peacock 

Beth Peeler 

Therese Peeler 

Belinda Peoples 





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Evelyn Perkins 

Jan Petree 

Jodie Philbeck 

Jennifer Phillips 

Kim Phillips 



Lisa Phillips 

Ruth Pickett 

Martha Pierce 

Surse Plerpoint 

Evelyn Pitchford 



Katherine Pittman 
Patricia Pitts 
Beverly Plott 
Kathy Poole 
Kathy Porter 



Barbara Powell 

Tammy Pressley 

Monica Price 

Tamra Price 

Beverly Pringle 



Catherine Pruett 
William Pugh 

Joan Radosevich 
Mark Ramsey 
Debra Raynor 





Anne Redding 
Elizabeth Redding 
John Reed 
Jeannie Reid 
Vera Reitzel 



Beverly Renwick 
Anna Rice 
Catherine Rice 
Donna Ricks 
Melanie Rideout 



Eugene Ridgeway 
Carolyn Rierson 
Lauretta Right 
Joan Rigsbee 
Susan Rigsbee 



David Ritch 
Marilyn Roach 
Marion Roberson 
Kent Robertson 
Cathy Robinson 



Jo Robinson 
Lucy Rodgers 
Kathy Romanowsky 
Patricia Roorback 
Carmesia Roseboro 



Debbie Rouse 
Kathy Rowe 
Carol Rubin 
Faranak Sadatnasseri 
Carolyn Sahulka 



Beverly Sandy 
Stephanie Sarayiotes 
Jo Schlott 
Eric Schneidmiller 
Sandra Schurrer 



Sam Scudder 
Karen Sebastian 
Betty Seel binder 
Mary Senn 
Dora Sequeira 



Liz Serafin 

Mary Setliff 

Steven Steward 

Mary Stiackleford 

Kennith Shamberger 



Anita Shaw 

Loretta Shaw 

Lyie Shaw 

Leila Shepherd 

Richard Shepherd 



Kathy Short 

Martha Shotwell 

Alan Simons 

Angela Sinclair 

Marsha Sitton 



Yvonne Small 

David Smedberg 

Beverly Smith 

Mike Smith 




Linda Snow 

Elizabeth Snyder 

Margaret Snyder 

Colleen Somers 

Sabrina Southern 



Debbie Stafford 

Deborah Stainback 

Diana Stanley 

Lee Stanley 

Teresa Stanley 



Amy Stapleton 

Felisa Steele 

Lynn Stevens 

Brenda Stewart 

Helen Stewart 






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Sarah Stout 
Brenda Strayhorn 
Jan Strickland 
Teresa Strickland 
Vella Strickland 



Julie Strong 
Nan Stutzman 
Crystal Summers 
Kelly Surratt 
Kimberly Swann 



Sandy Sweeny 
Patty Talkington 
Sandra Tarlton 
Beth Tate 
Clyde Tate 



Caren Tatum 
Debbie Taylor 
Susan Taylor 
Laura Thaxton 
Deborah Thomas 



Mildred Thomas 
Julia Thompson 
Cynthia Thrasher 
Linda Tillman 
Stephanie Tindall 



Tammy Tolbert 
Ana De Torress 
Christa Touchton 
Ann Truitt 
Shelia Tucker 



Mike Turner 
Kitzi Tuten 
Julie Tyson 
Bruce Vail 
Caria Vance 



Lynn Vance 
Evelyn Voorhees 
Frances Varner 
Cammie Vaughn 
Vincent Victor 



Norma Vines 

Kathleen Vliet 

Tracy Walin 

Doiless Walker 

Earney Walker 

Martha Walker 

Ruth Walker 

Debra Wall 

Karen Wall 

Andre Waller 



Robin Walters 

Sue Wanchock 

Jodie Ward 

Patti Warner 

Ophelia Warren 

Patricia Warren 

Sharon Weaks 

Jennie Weatherford 

Melinda Welch 

Wendy Welch 



Karen Welling 

Carol Wells 

Charles Wells 

Patricia Wells 

Catherine Wesolowski 

Julie Wessmger 

Kim West 

Nancy Wester 

Heather Whann 

Bernadette White 




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Donna Wilder 
Jennifer Wilder 
Bethany Wilhelm 
Jeanette Williams 
Linda Williams 



Peggy Williams 
Sherrie Williams 
Tammie Williams 
Teresa Williams 
Deborah Williford 



Audrey Willoughby 
Mary Wills 
Anne Wilson 
Mary Wilson 
Janice Winfrey 



Claudia Wmslow 
Janet Winston 
Myra Winters 
Elizabeth Wood 
Debbie Woodall 



Richard Woodham 
Renee Woodlief 
Mary Wooten 
Lynn Worden 
Debbie Wright 



Melissa Yenney 
Julie Young 
Randi Ziegler 
Steve Zoufaly 
Suzanne Zur 



8.3.2.1 CODE 2.1 REGISTRARS MAJOR CODES— STUDENT PROFILE 



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UNC-G MAJOR 



CODE 



UNC-G MAJOR 



CODE 



Undeclared 
Unknown 
School of Arts & Sciences 
Anthropology 

Art 

Art Educ. 

Design 

Painting & Printmaking 

Sculpture 

Studio Arts 
Biology 

Pre Med 

Med Tech 

Pre Physical Therapy 

Pre Dental 
Chemistry 

Pre Pharmacy 
Classical Civilization 

Greek 

Latin 
Drama & Speech 

Drama 

Drama 

Speech Education 

Speech & Hearing Education 

Speech Pathology & Audiology 

General Speech 

Training Tea. of Deaf 
English 

Creative Writing (Grad) 
Geography 
Earth Science 
German & Russian 

German 

Russian (Inter Dept.) 
History 

Latin American Studies 
Linguistics (Inter Dept.) 
Mathematics 

Pre Engineering 
Physics 
Philosophy 
Political Science 

Public Affairs (Grad.) 

Pre Law 
Psychology 

Psychologh 

School Psychology (Grad.) 
Religious Studies 
Romance Language 

French 

Spanish 
Sociology 
Social Work 

Urban Studies (Inter Dept.) 
World Literature (Inter Dept.) 



UND 


School of Business 




UNK 


Accounting 


ACCT 




Business Adm. 


BADM 


ANTH 


Business Educ. Tea. 


BEdu 


Art 


Comprehensive Bus. Ed. Tea. 


CBED 


AEdu 


Distributive Educ. 


D Ed 


Desn 


Economics 


ECON 


Pntg 


Merchandising 


Merc 


Scul 


Secretarial Adm. 


Secy 


SART 


School of Education 




BIOL 


Administration 


ADMN 


PreM 


Curriculum & Teach. (Grad.) 


CUTH 


MedT 


Dual Education (K-9) 


DUED 


PhyT 


Early Childhood Educ. (K-3) 


EchI 


PreD 


Elementary Educ. (4-9) 


ElEd 


Chem 


Special Elementary Education 


Spec 


PreP 


Education (Grad.) 


EDUC 




Educ. Research (Grad.) 


ERES 


Grek 


Guidance & Counseling 2 yrs 


GUID 


Latn 


Library Education (Grad.) 


LBED 


DS 


Library Science (Grad.) 


LIBS 


Dram 


Science (Grad.) 


SCIE 


Dram 


Social Studies (Grad.) 


SO S 


SPED 


Supervision (Grad.) 


SUPR 


SPHE 


School of Health. P.E. & Recreation 




SPAU 


Adapted Phy. Education 


APed 


GNSP 


Dance 


Dane 


TEDF 


Dance Education 


DEdu 


Engl 


Health Education 


H Ed 


CWTG 


Teacher Education (K-12) 


PEdu 


Geog 


Recreation 


Recr 


EASC 


School of Home Economics 






Child Development 


CDFR 


Germ 


Clothing 


CItx 


RNST 


Food/Nutrition 


F N 


Hist 


Foods, Nutrition & 


FNIM 


LAS 


Food Service Institution 




LNST 


Management (Grad) 


HEdu 


Math 


Housing & Management (Grad) 


HMGT 


PrEn 


Interior Design 


IntD 


Phys 


School of Music 




Phil 


Applied Music 


AppI 


PSci 


Music 


Musi 


PUAF 


Music Educ. 


MEdu 


PreL 


Music Theory/Comp. (Grad) 


MCOM 




Theory Comp 


TC 


Psyc 


Vocal Pedagogy (Grad) 


VOC 


Spsy 


Voice 


Voic 


REL 


School of Nursing 






Nursing 


Nurs 


Fren 






Span 






Soci 






SoWk 






UrSt 






WrLt 







Index for the Class of 1978 



Abell, David E Greensboro N C BS ECBA 
Acosla, Jerome E Hubert N C BM APPL 
Adams, Andrea L Greensboro, N C BS MERC 120 
Adams, Emma J Durham N C BA DS 68 
Adams. Mary R Burlinglon, N C BSHE CDFR 
Adams, Pamela F Greensboro, N C ,' BS HECR 138 
Adams, Terence L Greensboro, N C ,■ BSN NURS 168 
Adcock Catherine S Oxford, N C ■ BA DS 68 
Addala, Imbarka M Greensboro, N C ' BSHE CDFR 
bert, Alan R Greensboro, N C BA GEOG 
bright, Lonnie G Greensboro, N C ' BFA DESN 
bright, Lonnie G Greensboro, N C BA BIOL 
corn, Janice E Salisbury, N C BS HED ■ 138 
dridge, H Max Jr High Point. N C , BS ACCT 
exander Bradley T Greensboro. UC BS ECBA 
exander Joseph S Greensboro. N C BS BADM 
exander, Ralph L Jr Greensboro, N C BS ECBA 
lard. Patricia B Greensboro, N C BA DS 
len, James A Greensboro, N C ; BA PSYC 
len. Joyce E Winston Salem, N C BA DS 
len Judy A Gastonia, N C ,' BA DS 
len Martha E ■ Greensboro, N C BS HED. 
Ired Anne Marcella High Point N C ■ BA ELED 
Ired, Thomas L , Greensboro, N C BA GEOG 
ston, Lurlene Warrenton N C ,■ BA ENGL 
Amey. Kathy D ,■ Durham, N C ; BS MERC 
Amoriello, Annette M ' Reidsville, N C , BS SOWK 
Amos. Melissa H , Reidsuille, N C ' BFA AEDU 
Ancherico. Manina Fayetteville, N C , BS DEDU , 138 
Anderson Autie G Conover, N C ,' BFA AEDU , 55 
Anderson E Esther , Mount Airy, N C BA ELED , 130 
Anderson EInora Charlotte, N C BA ECHL 
Anderson, Lucie K Winston Salem, N C ■ BA ECHL 
Anderson, Philip H ■ Greensboro. N C BS RECR 
Anderson. Sonya P ' High Point, N C BS BADM 120 
Anderson Susan J Pinnacle NC BS ECBA 120 
Anderson, William J Bowie, MD BS BADM 120 
Andrews, Bobbie S Chapel Hill. N C BSHE FN 152 
Andrews Bonnie Greensboro, N C BS INTD 
Andrews, Gwen L , Greensboro, N C ' BSN NURS ; 168 
Anglin, Jacqueline Greensboro, N C ; BS ECHL 
Aphane, Mmoneng J , Raleigh, N C ,' BSHE FN / 152 
Apple, Jane Mills ; Reidsville. N C ;■ BS DEDU 
Aridas. Constance D , Oakhurst N J BFA ART ■ 55 
Arim. Teresa L Charlotte. N C ; BSHE HEDU 
Armantrout, Gail A , Sidney. Oh , BM MEDU 
Armbruster, Claire C , Hickory, N C , BSHE CLTX ; 152 
Armstrong, Priscilla C , Southern Pines. N C , BS ECBA 
Arnold. A Lucretia V A , Kernersville, N C , BS ACCT 
Arnold. Angela D Greensboro N C BS ACCT 
Arnold, Karen J Trinity N C BSN NURS 168 
Artman. Michael C Greensboro N C , BA PSYC 
Arzonico, Robert Alan Winston Salem. N C ■ BS ECBA 
Ashford. Carol Skerry Greensboro, N C BS HED 
Atkinson. Jean Reston. Va BA ENGL ;' 74 
Atkinson, Viki K , Fayetteville, N C ; BS DEDU 
Atkinson, William K Greensboro, N C ,' BS HED; 138 
Attayek, Patricia A ■ Greensboro, N C ; BS RECR , 138 
Atwood, Mary E ,■ Boone, N C , BSHE CLTX / 152 
Austin. Karen L ,,' Greensboro. N C ,' BS BEDU 
Austin, Sharon P ; Greensboro, N C ' BSHE CDFR 
Aycock, Betty R ; Greensboro N C ; BA SPAU 
Aydelette, Rebecca I^ Greensboro, N C ,' BA ECHL 
Babchin. Robin C ,' Greensboro, N C ' BA PSYC 
Badgett, Paula K , Greensboro, N C ; BSN NURS J 168 
Badia Catherine A ,, Linwood N J BA SOCI ,' 94 
Baqgett Susan L Durham, N C BS SOWK 
Bailey. James S Greensboro N C BA BIOL 
Bailey, Stephanie W Henderson N C BSN NURS , 168 
Bailey William N Lexington N C BFA ART 55 
Bakeman. Debra J , Lawrenceville. NJ BSHE CLTX,, 152, 
Baker, Claire M / Buriinglon, N C , BSN NURS 
Baker, Douglas L / High Po.nl. N C ; BA MUSI / 164 
Baker. Mark S ,' Madison, N C ; BS ACCT/ 120 
Baker, Ora J , Bolivia, N C BA ECHL ; 130 
Baker, Sharon K Hillsborough, N C BA MATH 
Bakken PeggyA Burlington C BS ECBA/ 120 
Baldwin Patricia A ,' Charlotte, N C ' BSHE INTD 
Ballance, Ruth A ,' Greensboro, N C / BS CBED / 120 
Ballard Robert E ,' Greensboro. N C ,' BFA DRAM 
Ballenger, Melissa J / Hickory, N C ,' BS HED 138 
Barber, Beatrice I Reidsville, N C BSHE CLTX 
Barber William K Greensboro, N C BA DS 
Bare, Jenniter, G F Greensboro N C BA DS 68 
Bare. Joi L Greensboro. N C BA PSYC 
Bare, Marvm Kernersville, N C BS ECBA 
Barker, Buddy M Jr , Eden, N C BFA DRAM ,' 68 



Barker Mae M Mount Airy, N C BS ECHL 130 

Barker. Mary L H Summertield N C BA PSYC 

Barker. Pamela J High Point. N C BS ECBA 

Barkley. Alice S Greensboro. N C BA REL 

Barlow. Beverly A / Hillsborough. N C BSN NURS 

Barnes. John H Jr ; Wilson. N C ,' BA CHEM 

Barnes. Pamela L ,' N Wilkesboro. N C BNS NURS , 168 

Barnhart, Lynn E / Fayetteville. N C BSN NURS 

Barr, Jane F / Newark. De / BSN NURS , 168 

Barrett Elizabeth A ,' Santord, N C ,' BSHE FN 

Barrett, Jean M ,' Raleigh. N C ,' BM APPL 

Barrie. Thomas M / Pottersville, N C / BA ENGL / 74 

Barrow, Debra L / Graham, N C / BA ART / 55 

Barrus, Elizabeth E ,' Charlotte. N C / BA ECHL 

Bartlett. Tracy R Statesville. N C , BSN NURS , 168 

Bartron, Marynell Hampton Va BM MEDU 164 

Bass, Jon G High Point. N C BS ECBA 

Batchelor. Shauna L Red Springs, N C BS INTD 152 

Bates, Douglas C ■ Trinity N C ■ BA BIOL ; 60 

Battle, Ivan G ,' Greensboro, N C BA MUSI 

Beal. Deborah S Greensboro. N C BA ECHL , 130 

Beame, Roberta ,, Greensboro. N C / BA ECHL ,' 130 

Beamon, Robin L ,' Winston Salem, N C ' BS ECBA ' 1 20 

Beane, Doyle E / Seagrove, N C ,■ BA ART 

Beasley Bruce C ,' Greensboro, N C / BA REL 

Beauchamp, Robert Jr / Winston Salem, N C ,,■ BS BADM 

Beaver, Victona L / Raleigh. N C / BS SOWK ; 94 

Beckler. Sherrill L /Greensboro, N C / BS ECBA/ 120 

Beckman, Ellen L / Greensboro, N C / BFA AEDU 

Bell, Ellen LF /Winston Salem, N C / BS ACCT 

Bell, Ira E III / Greensboro, N C ' BA BIOL 

Belotte, Allison ■ Greensboro, N C / BSN Nurs 

Bennett, Cynthia L / Reidsville N C BA PSYC 

Bennett, David K / Greensboro, N C BS ACCT 

Bennett, John G Jr ' Mays Landing, N J , BS ECBA 120 

Bennett Susan Bass Greensboro. N C BS ACCT 

Benton Eunice M Winston Salem. N C BS INTD 

Benton Jean Holland Winston Salem, NC BA BIOL 60 

Benton, Karen R Greensboro, N C ' BS HED 

Bergen. Patricia H / Greensboro. N C / BM MEDU 

Bene, Peggy A L / Greensboro, N C / BS BADM / 120 

Berrier, Patncia K / Lexington, N C / BSN NURS 

Berry. Deborah M / Elizabeth City, N C ,' BSHE CDFR 

Berry, James C ■ Greensboro. N C / BA MATH 

Berry, Melinda A Morganton N C / BS ECHL 

Berryhill, Patricia A Chartotte, N C BSHE CLTX / 152 

Bess Keith V Greensboro, N C BS ECBA 

Best, Eric L Durham. NC BS ECBA 

Betz John G Oak Ridge. N C BS PEDU 

Bicklord. Samuel G III Winston Salem. N C BSi BADM 120 

Bigelow Jacqueline A Washington D C BS ECBA 120 

1. Charles L i Greensboro, N C BS ECBA 
irckhead, Deborah L , Asheboro, N C BS MATH 

i, Alyce L , Greensboro, N C BS SOWK 
Norma A Greensboro. N C BSHE HEDU , 152 
, Susan / Greensboro, N C / BSHE CDFR 

Linda K / Raleigh, N C / BSHE FN ; 152 

Scarlett A / Eden, N C / BA PSYC ; 90 

. Cartotn G / Winston Salem, N C ; BA PREM 

'. Kathleen F / Greensboro N C / BA ENGL 

Richard K / Greensboro. N C / BA ART 
Began, Virginia B / Greensboro, N C , BSN NURS 
Soger, Debora R / Burlington. N C ; BSHE CDFR 
Boggs. Michael S , Greensboro, N C / BM AppI 
Boliek, Mark E ■ Greensboro, N C , BA ENGL 
Boling, Nancy L Thomasville, N C BSN NURS ,' 168 
Bond, Douglas E Burlington, N C BS BUS , 120 
Boone Bette C ' Burlington N C / BS INTD 
Booth. Dons L Roxboro. N C / BA ECHL 130 
Booth. Frances L Goldsboro. N C BS ACCT 
Booth. Rachel A / Roxboro. N C / BSN NURS 
Bost. Alison, R / Santord. N C / BS RECR 138 
Bostian. Mark W /Greensboro. N C , BA GERM 
Bostian. Sandy L / Salisbury, N C / BA BIOL 
Bowden. Alice J / Mt Gilead. N C / BA SOCI 94 
Bowell. Margaret L / Potomac. Md / BSHE CDFR/ 152 
Bowen, Hazel A / High Point. N C / BS MATH 
Bowers. Cindy L /Jefferson. N C / BS BEDU 
Bowles. Ruthann / Columbia. S C / BA GEOG / 78 
Bowman, Becky Holt / Burlington, N C / BSN NURS 
Bowman, David C / Greensboro, N C / BS PEDU 
Bowman Susan E Greensboro. NC ■ BA BIOL 
Boykin. Dell W Salemburg, N C BSHE HEDU / 152 
Boylcs. Dennis L High Poinl N C BS ECBA 
Bradshei, Nina K Winston Salem, N C BA BIOL / 60 
Brady Catherine H / Greensboro, N C BA FREN / 93 
Bratford. Mary L / Greensboro N C BA ELED 



agg Suzetta F Mars Hill, N C BS MATH 
Leiand A Greensboro. N C BS BADM 
II Martha J Raleigh. N C BS CBED 
ir Cinderella ■ Raeford, N C ■ BSJE HEDU 152 
ay, Patricia E / Yadkmvifle. N C , BS MATH / 85 
jzee, Louise A / Newton, N C ■ BSHE FN ,■ 152 
Bed, Gail M / Greensboro. N C , BA MATH 
jeze. Dawn B / Hurdle Mills N C / BA ECHL; 130 
»nnan. Lynn R / Greensboro. N C ; BS INTD 
!wer, Terry A / Greensboro. N C / BFA SCUL 
swer. William E / Bennett. N C ; BA ELED 
dger. Donald G / Greensboro. N C / BA BIOL / 60 
ggs, Teresa L / Greensboro, N C ' BS SOWK 
ight, Camilla S / Pfafftown, N C / BA MUSI 164 

ttain Susan E / Pfafftown, N C BA ENGL 74 
odie, Robert S Jr Summertield NC BS BADM 
30ks, Beverly D ; Greensboro, N C BA REL 
ooks. Margaret S ,' Charlotte, N C / BA ELED 
ooks, Margaret S / Charlotte. N C BA ELED 
ooks. Sherree R / Asheboro. N C / BM MEDU 164 
3ks, Winifred E / Concord. N C ; BSN NURS 
okshire. Cynthia L ; Greensboro, N C / BA PHYT ' 60 
okshire, Lee W ; Lexington. N C / BS ECBA 
/vcr. Sherry L / Ramseur, N C ; BA ECHL ; 130 
ivn. Betsy M ; Durham, N C ; BSN NURS 
«n. Cynthia F / Reidsville. N C / BA PSCI / 89 
ivn. Deborah S / East Bend, N C / BSMT MEDT 
jvn, Janet M / Morganton, N C / BA PRED 
<vn, Julia Hobson , Winston Salem N C BSN NURS 
,vn, Karen A / Louisburg, N C BS SOWK 94 
/»n, Karen E Greensboro, N C BS DEDU 138 
«n, Mary A , Asheboro, N C / BA ECHL 130 
ivn, Mary S , Concord N C ; BA GEOG 78 
(Vne, Carol E ' Cherryville N C BS SOWK 
:e, David G Greensboro, N C BS PRED 
Bryant, Martha J ■ Charlotte, N C BA ART 
Bryant, Patricia A Fayetteville, N C , BFA AEDU 55 
Bryson, Sheila L , Greensboro, N C ■ BSN NURS ,' 168 
Bryson, Wiley J ' Greensboro, N C ; BS ACCT ; 120 
Buchanan, Dora F Marion, N C , BS DS 
Buchanan, Margaret J ; Robbinsville, N C /BSSECY,12( 
Buckingham, Kenneth L / Raleigh, N C ; BA GERM / 81 
Bucko, Steve W Jr / Burlington, N C / BS ECBA 
Buffington, Dorothy P / Greensboro, N C / BA DS 
Bull, David J / Greensboro, N C / BA SOCI 
Bullard, James K / Greensboro, N C BS ECBA 
Bullins, Mane C ; Asheboro, N C BS ACCT 
Bullock. Edmund B Greensboro, N C BM APPL 
Bullock, Mark A ' Rougemount, N C BFA AEDU 
Bundros. Thomas A Greensboro, N C BS ECBA , 120 
Bunion. Shen L / Hickory. N C BA ELED 130 
Burgess, Nancy M Charlotte, N C BFA ART 55 
Burgess, Sara H ; Siler City N C , BA ECHL 
Burkis, Gail A ; Colts Neck, N J BSHE FN 152 
Burleson. Tern L / Salisbury. N C ' BSN Nurs; 168 
Burnett, Carolyn T / High Point. N C / BS HED , 138 
Burnette, Ten E /Asheville, N C ; BA ENGL 
Burroughs, Linda D / Greensboro. N C / BA PSYC 



Burroughs. Ruthan 


n/Gr 


ensboro, N C / BSHE HEDU 


Burton 


George S 


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sboro. NC /BS ECBA/ 120 


Burton 


Peggy L / Baham 


a, N C / BSN NURS 


Buslett 


Donna M 


Gree 


sboro, NC /BA ELED 130 


Bussey 


Donna M 


Stone 


ville, NC /BA ECHL/ 130 


Butner. 


Emily L W 


insto 


Salem N C ; BA BIOL , 60 


Byrd. B 


enda F / B 


rling 


on, N C , BM MEDU 


Byrd, Constance D 


Gre 


nsboro, N C ' BA ANTH 


Byrum, 


Evelyn A 


High P 


oint. NC BM MEDU 164 


Byrum. 


Frances A 


Char 


otte. N C / BA ECBA 


Cagle, Helen M D 


rham 


N C BS SOWK 94 


Cagle L 


inda E Gr 


eensboro, N C BSMATH 85 


Cagle. L 


onna F ' M 


Gile 


ad. N C : BA DS 


Caldwe 


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Cha 


otte. N C / BA DS 


Caldwe 


Elvira R ; 


Wins 


on Salem. N C BS MATH ; 85 


Caldwe 


Margery C 


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ensboro. N C ; BSHE CLTX 


Caldwe 


. Sharon G 


/ Gre 


ensboro, N C ; BS ECBA 


Callaway. Martha S 


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"hsboro. NC /BA ELED/ IX 


Callaway, Nancy w 


/Gre 


nsboro, N C / BA ART 


Camp, Cynthia D / 


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Camptje 


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Cha 


otte. N C / BA PSYC / 90 


Camp be 


11 Dons E 


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nsboro. NC / BS DS / 68 


Campbell, Heather 


Gree 


nsboro NC /BSHE HEDU 


Campbe 


II. Jimmie C 


Jr 


Greensboro. N C BSHE FN 


Campbe 


II, Sharon L 


Mc 


Leansville, NC BS SOWK 94 


Canada 


Karen L 


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sville, NC BSN NURS 


Canada 


Margaret L 


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Canhan- 


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rnersville. N C ' BA ECBA 



Canlrell, Margarel F Greensboro, N C BSN NURS 

Capps, Susan C Raleigh N C BSN NURS ; 168 

Carlton, Tern Lee Durham. N C ,' BA ECHL 

Carmical. Kalhryn R ,' Lumberton, N C ,' BA GEOG ' 78 

Carroll, Sheryl A , Roanoke Rapids, N C BSHE CDFR ; 152 

Carter, Cathy ■ Greensboro, N C BA ENGL 

Carter, Christopher A , Greensboro N C BA PSCI 89 

Cartrette Mickey L Tabor City N C BA PSYC 

Cartwright, Jane L Winston Salem, N C ■ BS INTO ,' 152 

Casstevens, Mary L / Hamptonville, N C ' BA BIOL / 60 

Caudle, Cassandra G / Greensboro, N C ,' BSHE CLTX 

Causby, Mary B .' Greensboro, N C / BA PSYC 

Caviness, Dale ' Greensboro, N C ,' BS ACCT 

Caviness, Fonda A Ramseor, N C BA ECHL 

Cauiness, Susan D Seagrove, N C BSN NURS 

Caviness, Terr. L Asheboro, N C BA ECHL 130 

Cecere, Paul J Greensboro N C BS ECBA 120 

Cecil, Loretia A , High Point, N C ,' BA PSCI 89 

Centala, Lawrence P ; Reidsyille, N C , BA PHIL 

Chandler, Bonnie K • Albemarle, N C BSHE FN 

Chandler, Linda F Greensboro NC BS ECHL 

Chapman, Mary J Lumberton, NC BSN NURS 168 

Charles, Jean L Rulhenordton N C BSHE CLTX 

Chasteen John C Greensboro N C ■ BA HIST 

Cheek, Anita P ■ Fleetwood, N C , BS SOWK 

Cheek, Sheldon , Elon College, N C ;' BFA ART / 55 

Cherry, Patncia A ; Durham, N C ; BFA AEDU 

Childers, Rebecca A , Charlotte N C BSN NURS • 168 

Childress, Deborah A Santord, NC BSN NURS 168 

Childress, Peggy M Greensboro, N C BA PSYC 

Childress, Susan G Asheville N C ■ BA PSYC 

Chilton, Vicki L Pilot Mounlain, N C , BSN NURS 168 

Chung, Po L ,■ Greensboro, N C • BA BIOL 

Church, Jonathan G ' Wilmington, Del ; BS ECON 

Cieslak, Peter P Greensboro, N C BA HIST 82 

Clampitt, Richard J Burlington N C BS BADM 

Clapp Mary F Gibsonville N C BSN NURS 

Clark, Beverly J Greensboro N C BS HED 138 

Clark, Diane M ■ Baltimore Md BS MATH 85 

Clark Donald T Harrodsburg, Ky ; BFA DRAM 

Clark, Jenny Shore Greensboro, N C ' BSHE CLTX 

Clark, Kalhy M , Mount Airy N C BSN NURS, 168 

Clark, Paula S / Charlotte, N C - BFA ART 

Clarke, John H McLean, Va • BA HIST 

Clarke Sophia G Troutman, N C , BS HED/ 138 

Clayton, Larry W Durham, N C , BM APPL 

Clayton, Mary S Gary, N C BSHE HEDU , 152 

Clayton, Robert D , Greensboro N C BA BIOL 

Clegg, Flora M , Greensboro, N C ' N C BA PSCI 

Clemmer, Allison P ■ Charlotte, N C ' BS DEDU 138 

Cline Nancy Y , Fallston, N C BSN NURS 168 

Cline, Patricia L Newton, N C BS SOWK 94 

Clinc, Rose D Le»ington, N C BS FREN 

Cloud Marina T Greensboro N C BA ANTH 

Coates, Cynlhia Clonlz : Greensboro, N C BA ENGL 

Coates, Leslie K / Greensboro, N C ■ BSN NURS ' 170 

Coates, Paul Douglas Greensboro, N C BA PHIL 

Coble, Zebulon V , Greensboro N C BA ECBA 

Coctirane, Dons J Greensboro N C BA DS 

Cocolas, Katharine E Chapel Hill N C BSN NURS 170 

Coe, Scott W Boone, N C BS BADM 

Coflin, Gladys C Durham N C • BS SOWK 94 

Cogdell, Paula G ' Kinslon, N C BSHE CDFR ■ 152 

Coggin, Thomas E Greensboro, N C ' BS BADM 

Cohen, Barbara J ■ Greensboro, N C ' BS RECR 138 

Coleman, Lida L Burlmglon, N C BS ECBA 

Coley, Rhonda Cagle Asheboro N C BS ECBA 120 

Collie, Susan L Greensboro, N C BS TEDF 

Collins, Faye C Greensboro N C BFA ART 

Collins, Susan J Winston Salem, NC BA ELED 130 

Colwell, Peter B ,' Greensboro, N C ,' BA BIOL 

Conder, Miriam C ,' Rulhertordton, N C , BA BIOL ■ 60 

Conner, William H ' High Point, N C ■ BA PSCI 

Connor Pamela G Greensboro, N C BS INTD 

Conrad, Joseph D Bethama N C BA PHIL 

Cook, Claire Barbee Greensboro, N C BM MEDU 

Cook, Laura ■ Lincolnton, N C BA CHEM 67 

Cook, Sandra K , Charlotle, N C i BSHE CDFR ; 152 

Cook, Scott Allen , Greensboro, N C ■ BA ENGL ,' 74 

Cooke Jackson P Greensboro, N C BS BADM 

Cooke, Sandra G Greensboro, N C BS INTD 152 

Cooper David C Eden, N C BM APPL 

Cooper, Susan C Greensboro N C BSHE CDFR 152 

Copelin Carol Sanlord, N C BA DS 

Corbelt, Linda M /Asheboro, N C • BA ECHL 

Corey, Cornelia L / Winston Salem, N C ; BS SECY ' 120 

Cornelius, Deborah L Charlotte, N C , BA ENGL , 75 

Cothren, Virginia L , Elkin, N C BSN NURS 170 

Council, J Taylor III Greensboro, N C BS ACCT 

Council, Jo Ellen C Greensboro, N C BS DS 

Cootu, Jessica C Greensboro, N C BS BADM 

Couturier. Maurice G / Greensboro, N C BA BIOL 

Cox, Jo A ; Grbsonville, N C / BSHE CLTX 

Cox, Margaret R / Belhaven, N C / BSHE HEDU 154 



Cox, William J 1 Slier City, N C , BS ELED 
Craddock, Carol J ■ Eden, N C BFA PNTG / 55 
Cranlord, John B III ' Greensboro, N C BFA DRAM 
Cranford, Karen J ,' Thomasville, N C / BS INTD 
Creech, Diane P , Winston Salem, N C ,' BS BADM 
Creel, Ehzabelh L ,' Pensacola, Fla ,. BS PEDU 
Crenshaw Cynthia D ■ Garland, N C / BSN NURS 170 
Crissman Joy L Greensboro, N C ■ BA ECHL 130 
Crisson, James E Greensboro, N C BA PSYC 
Cntcher, James E Jr ,■ Chapel Hill, N C ,' BM APPL;' 164 
Cromartie, Ronald A ■ Greensboro, N C ,' BA PSCI 
Croom, Mitzi T ,' Graham, N C ,' BSMT MEDT 
Crotis, Jan G Greensboro N C ' BSN NURS 
Crotts, Martha D Thomasville N C BA PSYC 
Crowell, Linda A Greensboro N C BSN NURS 
Crumling, Luray V Timonium, Md BSHE HEDU 
Crumpton, Tula J ,' Reidsville, N C , BA ECHL 130 
Crutchlield, Richard A ,' Kernersville, N C / BA SPAN 
Crulhis, Donald B ; Greensboro, N C i BA PSYC 
Cullman, Michael B ,■ Greensboro, N C , BS ACCT 
Cummo, James J Jr ■ Winston Salem N C BSN NURS 
Culch.n Mary T Whitakers N C BSHE CLTX 154 
Dale, Dusty A , Charlotte, N C BSN NURS ■ 170 
Dana, Michael D ; Greensboro N C ,' BM MUSI ,' 164 
Danforth, Pamela A ; North Merrick, N Y , BSHE CLTX ,' 154 
Daniel Edward H ; Greensboro, N C ' BA DS 
Daniels, Louis A / Old Fort N C BA BADM 122 
Dargan, Darlene P ,' Winston Salem, N C , BS SOWK 
Davenport, Elizabeth S High Poinl, N C , BA MUSI 166 
Davis, Cynthia A Shelby N C BSHE CLTX- 
Davis, Elmer C Durham, N C ■ BA DS • 68 
Davis, Emily C / Greensboro, N C ' BSN NURS 
Davis, Kathryn L ,' Chapel Hill, N C / BS PEDU / 138 
Davis, Martha S ,' Greensboro, N C ,■ BA ECHL 
Davis, Niven M ' High Point N C BS RECR 
Davis, Phihp K ■ Winston Salem, N C , BS ACCT 
Davis, Rhoda Dean Pugh Sophia N C BA ECHL 
Davis, Susan L Hillsborough N C BA ART 
Dawson Tony D ; High Point, N C ■ BA PSCI 
Daye, Karen D ; Greensboro, N C BA MATH 
Dean, Debra J / Hanahan, S C BA DS ' 68 
Deborde, Beverly L , Elkin, N C BSN NURS 170 
Dehaven, Katren P ' Julian, N C • BSHE HEDU 154 
Dellinger, Joseph L , Dobson, N C BA HIST 
Deloalch, Annie M ; Seaboard, N C BA ENGL 
Delvescova, Janel ,■ Greensboro, N C BA SOCI 
Denman, Deborah A ; Hendersonville N C BA ART 
Dennis, Mark S ,' Cape May, N J BA BIOL ' 60 
Denny, Janet L , Eden, N C BS BADM 122 
Devere, Michael A Morganlon, N C BA DS 
Devine Thomas A Durham N C BA HIST 
Dewaslhali, Patricia B Greensboro, N C BSN NURS 
Dewberry, Cynlhia G Hcnrielta N C , BSHE CLTX 
Dezern, David H , Winston Salem, N C , BA MATH 
kerson. Belly A W ;' Hillsborough, N C / BSHE 
kert. Amy C ; Salisbury, N C i BA ENGL 75 
kinson, Joan L i Baileys Crossroads, Va • BSHE 
INTD: 154 

kson, Jimmy A ' Fayetteville, N C BM APPL 
)ilday Cynthia E , Fayelteville, N C BA ELED 130 
Mary L , Kernersville N C BSN NURS ,' 170 
e E Michael ; Greensboro, N C ' BA BIOL 
e, Mark R ,' Greensboro, N C ,' BA ENGL 
, Mark S ,' Greensboro, N C / BS BADM 
Dobson, Grayland P ' Boonville, N C BA MEDT 60 
Dockety, Amy R Elkin, N C BA PSYC 90 
Dockery, Debra A Fayelteville, N C ,' BS BADM 
Dodson Ellen M Greensboro N C BSHE HEDU 
Dodson, Leigh A • Yanceyville, N C ,■ BA ENGL 75 
Doggell, Audrey L ' Greensboro, N C ; BSN NURS / 170 
Donaldson Larry W J Charlotte, N C i' BM MEDU 
Donnell, Melinda J i Greensboro, N C ■ BS Math 
Donnell, Pamela C Greensboro, N C BFA DRAM 68 
Donovan Daniel J Greensboro N C BS ACCT 
Donsky Arthur Raleigh, N C BA PSYC 90 
Dooley Margaret M Salisbury, N C BFA ART 55 
DopI, Mary Anne , Jacksonville, N C ■ BA SPAU , 68 
Dorony, John Jr ; Greensboro, N C /BS ECBA; 120 
Dorsell, Carol J / Greensboro, N C / BA PSYC 
Dorset!, Carolyn Brown ; Graham, N C ; BSN NURS 
Douthett Deborah A Greensboro, N C BFA DESN 55 
Doyle, Adrian G Alexandria Va BSHE HEDU 
Drewer John E Jr Greensboro, N C BA DADM 
Doggers Mary R Lockhart, Fla ; BSN NURS 
Diiskell, Alan L / Flat Rock, N C / BA GEOG 
Dubel, Mane B ' Greensboro, N C / BSHE INTD 
Dumom, Sylvia H / Greensboro, N C / BA BIOL 
Dunham Edwin L ; Greensboro, N C BS ECBA 
Dunlap, James R Greensboro N C BS PEDU 
Dunn Mary A Winston Salem N C BFA DESN 
Dunn, Teresa G ' Eden N C BSN NURS 
Eaker, Debra K / Cherryville, N C ; BSHE HEDU 
Eaker. Judy L / Greensboro. N C / BA DS / 68 
Eakes. Laurie Curtiss/ Greensboro. N C BA ELED ; 130 



Earle. Claudia P / Greensboro, N C / BA BIOL 
Early, Deborah D ; Greensboro, N C ■ BA ENGL 
Eason, Michelle A ; Tarboro, N C ; BS HED/ 138 
Eason, Robert G / Greensboro, N C ; BA BIOL 
Eaton, Laura A /High Poml, N C ; BA ECHL; 130 
Eblen, Gary Thomas / Tuxedo, N C ; BA HIST 
Ector, Randy G ; Burlington, N C / BFA DESN 
Edmonds, Beverly K ■ Greensboro, N C BS HED 
Edmonds, Robert P /Greensboro, N C / BS RECR; 140 
Edwards, Mitzi R ' MI Airy, N C / BS ECHL / 130 
Edwards, Terry L / Greensboro, N C / BA ECHL 
Ellmann, Barbara B ; Chapel H.ll, N C / BS INTD 
Eggleslon Ronald D ; Greensboro, N C ' BSMT DS / 68 
Elam, Irene E / Chapel Hill N C ; BS HED 
Elkins, Cynthia A Greensboro, N C BA BIOL 60 
Elkins, Trudy H , High Point, N C , BSHE FN 154 
Eller, Richard L / High Poml, N C / BS ACCT 
Elliott, Rebecca S / Winston Salem, N C ; BSHE CDFR 
Ellzey, Kenneth H /Jacksonville, N C / BA SPED 
Emanuel, Deborah L / Washington, N C BS HED 
Embler Charles H ; High Point, N C BFA DRAM 68 
Embler, Patncia G Alexander NC BSN NURS 170 
Emme, Judilh C Burlmglon N C ■ BA BIOL 
Engebretsen Cynthia A • Aurora, N C ; BA ECHL 
Engle, Edward F ; Winston Salem, N C ; BA BIOL 
Engle, Glenda E /Greensboro, N C / BA ECHL ; 132 
Ensign, Rebecca A / Greensboro, N C / BSHE HEDU 
Ensley, Cathy G ' Franklin, N C / BA DS 
Epps Lydia M ' Wilmington N C BS SECY ; 122 
Erickson, Pamela J Greensboro, N C ; BS ECBA 
Ervin, Gloria Y Winston Salem, N C ■ BA ECHL 
Etheridge, Norma F / Wilson, N C / BS BADM / 122 
Everest, Maryiane / Wilmington, N C / BFA SOUL 
Everett, Deborati L / Providence, N C / BA ECHL 
Everhart, Jerry W / High Point, N C , BS ECBA 
Everhart Joseph D Thomasville N C BS BADM 
Fainter, Robert G Advance NC BS MATH 
Fairfield, Patricia F , Greensboro, N C BS BADM 
Falkenberg, Patricia B , Winston Salem N C / BA SOCI 
Fambrougti, Gail E / Greensboro, N C / BA ART 
Farabee, Susan K / Lexington, N C / BA HIST 
Farber, Susan E / Raleigh, N C ; BSHE HEDU / 154 
Farns Michael D ' Burlington, N C BA BIOL 
Farrow Leslie M Shelby, N C , BSN NURS 
Fears, Gregory M Durham, N C BS TEDF 68 
Federal Mmam D , Charlotle N C ' BSHE CDFR 
Ferguson, Dorothy C / Julian, N C / BS ECBA 
Ferrara, Rudolph C / King, N C / BA BIOL 
Fesperman, Teresa A / Greensboro, N C BSN NURS ; 170 
Fessenden, Linda L / Greensboro N C ; BS PEDU 140 
Few, Kathryn L Greensboro, N C BA SOCi 
Field Jams Levin Greensboro N C BA PSCI 
Filner Greta E Westlake, Ohio ■ BFA DANC 
Finney, Robin P , Winston Salem, N C ; BA PSYC 
Fisher, Ann R / Swannanoa, N C ; BA DS , 68 
Fisher, Jill L ■■ Pendleton, N C / BS ECHL 
Fisher, Myra G ; Rocky Mount, N C •' BSN NURS 
Fisher Susan E ; Kannapolis, N C BS HED 140 
File Margarel £ ' Lexington N C ' BM MEDU 166 
Fitzgerald Virginia A , Reidsville, N C BA ENGL 
Filzsimmons, David A Wilmington, N C BFA DRAM / 68 
Fitzsimmons, Martha A Charlotte, N C / BA DS 
Flanders, Teresa Roder ; Greensboro, N C / BSHE HEDU 
Fleeman, Charles K / High Point, N C ' BA ENGL 
Fleenor Carta S Morganlon N C BS MATH 
Flory, MarkA Statesville N C BA BIOL 60 
Floyd, Vicki S Greensboro, N C BS ACCT 122 
Flynt, Pamela S Winston Salem, N C BS SOWK , 94 
Flynl, Rosalind B Statesville, N C ■ BA PSYC 
Fogle, Mane H Deico N C BA ECHL 
Fogle, Nancy S ; Carrboro N C / BA PSYC 
Folds, Florence Snider ; Greensboro, N C BSN NURS 
Folwell, Myrtle R High Point N C BSN NURS / 170 
Forbes, Lois J Graham NC BA ELED 
Ford Ronald D Greensboro, N C BA REL 
Fortune, Julec K Greensboro, N C BSHE HEDU 
Forward, Ellen G , Greensboro, N C ■ BSN NURS 
Foster, Debra L /Jamaica, N Y / BA PSYC 
Foster, Denise E Swansboro, N C / BSN NURS 
Foster, Linda G / Yanceyville N C BS HED 
Foster Nancy L Greensboro, N C BA ENGL 
Foushee, Vivian J Sanlord, N C BSN NURS; 170 
Fowler, Catherine D , Charlotte N C BA HIST 
Fowler, Dana J ; Zebulon, N C , BS PEDU ; 140 
Frady Phoebe D / High Point, N C / BA ANTH / 53 
Francis, Gaye B / Greensboro, N C / BS ECHL 
Francis Michael S ' Santord, N C ; BA ELED ; 132 
Franck, Sharon L Richmond Va BA ELED 
Franklin, Christine A Mooresboro N C BA PSCI 
Fray, Gillred L Graham N C BM TC 
Frazier, Mark L Greensboro, N C ■ BA HIST 
Freeland, Belinda B / Greensboro, N C ■ BS MERC 
Freeman, Alan R / Greensboro, N C ' BA HIST 
Freeman, George E Jr Greensboro N C BA MUSI 



French, Jacqueline A, / Troy. N C / BA PSYC 
Freund, Patricia L M ' Greensboro, N C BA BIOL 
Frink, Willa D ■ Sriallotle. N C . BA HIST 
Frisone, Martha J ' Raleigh, N C ■ BA ART . 55 
Fryar, Memory D McLeansville, N C BFA AEDU / 55 
Frye, Janet E Hickory, N C BA DS • 70 
Frye Karen Winkler Greensboro. N C BSN NURS 
Frye. Rebecca L Winston Salem. N C BA ELED 
Frye. Ricky D Winston Salem. N C BS ECBA 
Fryer, Tana D Mooresville, N C BA BIOL , 60 
Fulghum, Debra J Gary. NO BM MEDU 
Fuller, Monica D Gibsonville, N C .■ BS BADM 
Fuller, Timothy F ■ Greensboro, N C BS BADM 
Fullwood, Ella L , Supply N C ■ BSN NURS 
Fulp, Carolyn J / Greensboro, N C ; BA PSYC 
Fulton, Nancy S ' Winston Salem. N C ,' BM APPL 
Fulton, Robin D Lewisville. N C ' BSHE HEDU ; 154 
Fulton. Sophia A ' Roanoke. Va ,' BA ECHL ,' 132 
Futr, Tommy L Greensboro, N C BS ACCT 
Gabbay. Sarah G Greensboro. N C BS ACCT 
Gainor Deborah R Lexington. N C BSHE CDFR / 1 54 
Galloway. Daryl V Eden, N C BS ECBA 
Galvin. Maryruth 'Greensboro. N C BSHE HEDU 154 
Gambrell. Gail L Lexington N C BSHE INTO 
Gantt. Dorothy L Winston Salem. N C BSHE HEDU 15 
Gardner. Rebecca S Greensboro N C , BM MEDU 
Gardner Susan G . Burlington, N C .■ BA PSYC 
Ganglio Regina M Greensboro, N C . BS OEDU 
Gamer, Crystal F ,' Winston Salem, N C , BA ENGL 
Garner, Linda C ' Lexington. N C ' BA ENGL 
Garner. Mary Ellen ,■ Robbins, N C BS BEDU ; 122 
Garner, Ruby Helen ' Robbins. N C ; BS BEDU 
Garner Thomas W ,' Greensboro. N C / BS ECBA 
Gamer, Yvonne P ,' Cherry Hill, NJ ,' BSHE CLTX / 154 
Garriss Lynne Allen ; Winston Salem. N C ; BS ECHL . 13 
Gentry, Gary B / Gibsonville, N C ,' BM MEDU 
Geraghty, Susan L / Advance, N C ' BS MERC 
Gering Deborah L ' Hershey. Penn ,■ BS INTD ■ 154 
Gibson Kimberly A ■ Laurinborg, N C ; BA LNST • 53 
Gibson Susan E Greensboro. N C ■ BA ENGL 
Giles Ernestine I Axton Va BSHE INTD 
Gillean, Janice F Salisbury, N C . BS PEDU / 140 
Gillespie. Linda D Charlotte, N C / BM MEDU 
Gilley, Shannon K / Thomasville, N C ■ BS DS ' 70 
Gizinski. Sue Taylor /Greensboro, N C / BA DS 
Gizinski. Susan E ,' Winston Salem, N C / BSHE CLTX 
Gladden, Michael N Greensboro, N C ,' BA PSYC 
Glasgow Judy D Enlield, N C BA ECHL. 132 
Glenn, Cheryl Y ;' Rougemont, N C / BS ECBA; 122 
Glenn. Manlyn L / Raleigh, N C / BSHE CLTX ' 154 
Glenn. Robert B ,■' Greensboro, N C ; BA GEOG 
Glosson, Pamela J S -' Greensboro, N C ' BA ECHL 
Goad. Mary E ; Mt Airy, N C . BS INTO 
Golorth, Betsy S , Thomasville, N C ■ BA ECBA 
Golorth Joseph F Jr Thomasville, N C BS ACCT 
Goins, Aubrey D Greensboro, N C BFA ART 
Gold. Beverly R / Greensboro. N C ; BSN NURS 
Gomar, Wendy E Greensboro, N C BSHE FN 
Gonzalez, Elio J ,■ Charlotte N C ,■ BA SPAN ' 93 
Gooch, Christie A ; Reidsville, N C / BS ACCT 
Goodling. Ruth E ; Durham N C BFA DANC 170 
Goodman. Suzette J ' Burlington N C ■ BSHE FN .' 154 
Goodwin, Susan L / Burlington. N C / BA BIOL 
Goodwyn Mary B ,' Durham, N C / BS DEDU / 140 
Gorham, Jane C / Greensboro. N C / BSHE HEDU / 154 
Gosnell, Donna J / Campobello. S C ,' BSHE HEDU / 1 54 
Gosney, Jeffrey J ' Greensboro N C / BA ECBA 
Gottfried. Eugene E High Point N C BS ECBA 
Gough. Debra L East Bend, N C BA BIOL 
Gower. Sally Jean ' Rocky Mount. N C ; BA PSYC 
Grady. Kevin J ' Burlington. N C BS BADM 
Graff. Mary A , Grand Rapids. Mi BS BADM 
Grant. Rachel A ' Kmston. N C BSHE CDFR 
Graves Helen O / Murphy. N C , BSN NURS / 170 
Gray, Sherree D , Collax. N C , BA PSYC 90 
Greene, Allison R Greensboro. N C , BS PHYS 
Greene, Lillie K , Charlolte, N C BFA ART 
Greene, Mary K Sparta, N C BSHE FN 154 
Greene, Nancy E / Greensboro, N C BA PSYC ,' 90 
Greene, Tim L / Asheboro, N C ' BA BIOL 
Greene, William R ,' Greensboro, N C / BA MATH 
Greene. Wi I ma M ; Hickory. N C / BSHE CDFR / 154 
Greenlee. Stephanie F / Albemarle, N C ' BA ECHL / 132 
Greenwood, Brian ,' Hamptonville, N C / BS ECBA 
Gregg, Nancy P / Asheveille, N C / BSHE CDFR ,' 154 
Gregory, Mary E / Goldsboro. N C / BA DS 
Griffin. Patncia L , Matthews. N C ,' BFA PNTG 
Griffith, Robin H / Liberty N C . BS MATH ' 85 
Griffith. Richard T / Raleigh. N C ■ BA DS / 70 
Grigg. David L Jr ' Greensboro. N C ' BS SOWK , 94 
Grimm. Debra J / Greensboro, N C ; BS ECHL 
Grisson. Darrell H II ,' Thomasville. N C BA PSYC 
Groce. Laura M ,' Greensboro, N C / BSHE CLTX 156 
Grogan. Dorothy C / Forest City, N C ; BSN NURS 



Groome. Carol K. / Greensboro. N C / BA ELED 
Grose. Myra E ,' Asheboro, N C .■ BA ENGL 
Gruber, Sharon B ,' Greensboro, N C ' BA PSYC 
Guerrero, Sheila N / Fayetleville, N C ' BS MATH 
Gunn Harold M .' Greensboro, N C BS ELED 
Gunn, Harold M Greensboro N C BS ELED 
Gonn, Nancy G Greensboro, N C BA ECHL 
Gustatson, Laurence G .■ Greensboro N C BS ECBA 
Hager, S Dilworth /Asheboro, N C BA PSYC 90 
Hairfield, Jacqueline ' Lenoir, N C ' BSN NURS 
Hairr, Wanda K /Greensboro, N C ' BA ELED 
Hairston, Ellena R 'Thomasville, N C . BFA PNTG 
Hairston, Mane S /Greensboro, N C / BA PSYC 
Haislip, Jennings B / Greensboro, N C / BSHE CDFR 
Haley, Eugenia Velvm / Carrboro, N C / BA ECHL 
Hall. James Jr / Thomasville. N C / BS ACCT 
Hall. Jane P / Greensboro, N C / BS ECHL 
Hall, Judy A / Woodleaf, N C / BSHE FN 
Hall, Judy S Oak Ridge, N C ' BSHE CDFR 
Hall, Kenneth S Lexington. N C BA BIOL 
Hall. Norma J , Pittsboro, N C BSHE FN 
Hamady, Sharon L Charleston, W Va BSHE CDFR 
Hamby, Richard K / Plafftown. N C BFA DRAM 
Hanes Michael K Clemmons. N C BS BADM 
Hanes. Sarah E Charlotte N C BSN NURS 
Hanes, William T Lexington, N C BS ECBA 
Hanke Julia A Hendersonville N C BFA AEDU 
Hanks, Carol C ,' Greensboro, N C / BS BADM 
Hannan. Sheila F / Asheville. N C / BSN NURS 
Hardaway. Susan E / Greensboro, N C / BA GEOG 
Hardie. Leslie S /Greensboro. N C / BSBT PSYC 
Hardin, Anne V / Greensboro, N C / BA ENGL 
Hardin, Janie A / Asheboro, N C ; BA PSYC 90 
Hardison, Thomas S / Greensboro N C BA BIOL 
Harmon, Joan L / Greensboro. N C , BSHE CDFR 
Harper, Ronald J / Winston Salem. N C / BA ENGL ' 75 
Harper. Terry L / Greensboro. N C / BA ENGL / 75 
Harrell Sally S Hickory N C ' BFA DANC ■ 143 
Harnnglon, Janel I Cambridge, Md ' BSHE CLTX 156 

Harris Berry W Greensboro. N C BA ECHL 132 
Hams, David S ' Morrisville, N C BA HIST ' 82 
Harris, Debra Lynn B , Greensboro, N C ,' BS ECBA 
Harris. Dena ,' Eden, N C / BA ECBA 
Harris Lila R / Greensboro, N C / BS ACCT 
Hams, Roberta S ' Greensboro, N C / BA PSYC 
Harrison, Beverly Gail / Gastonia, N C / BS MERC / 122 
Harrison, Elizabeth G ; Greensboro, N C • BSN NURS 
Harrison, Kim L / Medina, Ohio/ BFA DRAM / 70 
Hart, Rebecca P / Clinton, N C / BS ACCT 
Hartle, William J Jr / Greensboro, N C / BA BIOL / 62 
Hartness. William J / Fayetteville. N C / BS ECBA 
Hartsook. Edward W / Greensboro N C ■ BS BADM 
Harvard Beth M Durham N C BA ELED 132 
Hanivell. Janice A Greensboro N C BA ECHL 
Haskins. Ronald D Greensboro N C BA PSYC ' 90 
Hatfield, Beverly L ' Greensboro, N C BS ECBA ■ 122 
Hatfield Margaret G Greensboro, N C / BSHE CDFR 
Hawks, David L , Winston Salem, N C ' BM MEDU 
Hawley, Ellen C High Point N C / BA ANTH 53 
Hayes. John E Greensboro N C / BS ECBA ■ 122 
Hayes, Rachel K ■ Seagrove, N C / BSHE CLTX 
Haynes, Charlotte S / Greensboro, N C . BFA AEDU 
Haynie, Jan / Roanoke. Va / BS ECBA / 122 
Haywood. Theresa C / Raleigh. N C / BS MATH 
Hecht Emily / Greensboro. N C / BS DEDU / 1 43 
Hecht. Rachel B / Greensboro. N C ■ BFA ART 
Heckman. Madonna L ' Greensboro N C ' BSHE FN 
Hedgecock. Molly M ■ High Point, N C BS ACCT 
Hedrick, Laura J ' High Point. N C BS INTD 
Hedrick, Rondo R / Greensboro, N C BA MATH 
Heller, Sharyn W / Summerfield, N C ; BA ELED 
Helms. Nancy P /Greensboro, N C BS ACCT 
Helms, Stephanie D / Greensboro, N C BSN NURS 
Hemingway Angelene Greensboro. N C BSN NURS 170 
Hemphill. Wayne A / Asheville. N C BSN NURS 
Henderson, Allied B Jr , Lexington, N C , BA SOCI 
Henderson. Chris J / Seagrove. N C / BA ELED 
Henderson. Cynthia K ; Greensboro, N C / BS MERC / 122 
Henderson, Pamela S / Graham, N C / BSHE HEDU 
Hendren, Glenn Jr / Greensboro, N C / BS BADM 
Hendren, Nathan C / Greensboro, N C / BS SOWK 
Hendron, Charlotte A / Sea Cliff, N C / BSN NURS/ 170 
Heracklis, Elterpy C / Gastonia. N C /BA ELED/ 132 
Herring, David B / Greensboro. N C / BM TC 
Hess. William L / Greensboro. N C / BS BADM 
Hester. Betty L / Gary. N C / BSHE CDFR 156 
Hewitt. Buddie J Jr / Forest City N C ■ BA PSYC 90 
Hewitt. Thomas G Greensboro, N C BS PEDU 

Mary MacDonald Greensboro N C BSHE CDFR 
?n, Jan L Austin Greensboro, N C / BA ENGL 
Hicken, Steven D , Greensboro. N C ,' BM TC 

nan, Susan R / Statesville, N C ,' BS INTD / 156 
.. Jodie C / Durham, N C / BSHE CLTX / 156 



s. Michael T / High Point, N C / BA GEOG. 
erbrand, Linda P / Asheboro, N C / BA ENGL, 
Angela W / Liberty, N C ' BSHE HEDU 
Betty V /Trinity, N C ' BA ECHL 
Bruce E ■ Pink HIM, N C BS ECBA 
Catherine W ,■ Greensboro, N C , BS INTD/ 156 
Gloria T.lley Greensboro, N C ■ BS HED 
Michael J ; Greensboro. N C ■ BSHE CDFR 
1. Tom L / Lewisville.N C / BSHE INTD . 156 
lie, Genevieve A / Greensboro. N C / BA HIST / 82 
on, Martha R / Collax. N C BA ELED ' 132 
Hobbs, James D Brown Summil, N C , BA PSCI 
Hobbs, Jimmie L jr / Rocky Mount, N C / BS BADM 
Hobbs, Lucy Smith / Greensboro, N C / BA ENGL 
Hodges, Dons A / Durham, N C / BSHE HEDU 
Hodges. Janet L / Dodson, N C / BSHE HEDU / 1 56 
Hodgin, Sarah A / Greensboro, N C / BA ECBA 
Hoeger, Paula Burney /Greensboro, NC /BSN NURS 170 
Hogans, Brenda . Washington, NC BSHE CDFR 156 
Hoke, Martha A Winston Salem, N C BA ECHL 
Holcomb, Kathleen Greensboro, N C BS HED / 143 
Holland Sandra L • Greensboro N C BM APPL 
Holler. DuranI C III Greensboro, N C / BA ECON 
Holley Dianne ' Oak Ridge, N C BFA DESN 
Holliman Ned Jr Greensboro N C ,■ BS RECR, 
Holman. Catherine E Eden N C BS SOWK 
Holt, Dale Earles Eden N C BS ECBA/ 122 
Holt Leah E , Yadkinville, N C BS DEDU / 143 
Holtom, Linda H ,■ Greensboro, N C BS ECBA 
Hollon, Grace H / Chapel Hill N C / BS MATH / 85 
Honeycutl, Michael C / Murphy, N C / BA BIOL / 60 
Honeycutl. Randolph / Greensboro, N C I BS ECBA 
Hood Vernon L Jr i Wilson, N C / BS ECBA/ 122 
Hooper, Dale S / Sylva, N C BSN NURS / 170 
Hoots, Joan R /Yadkinville. N C • BS BEDU ' 122 
Hopper, Janette L ■ Greensboro. N C . BS RECR • 143 
Horn. Michael V ■ Greensboro. N C / BS MATH . 85 
Horner, Cecelia P w ■ Hope Mills N C ■ BA SPAN 
Horner, Edward J New Bern N C BA DS 
Homey Rebecca A High Point, N C BA BIOL 62 
Horton Sherretta A , Greensboro N C BSHE CLTX 
Hosse, Cheryl L Greensboro, N C BM MEDU 
Howell, Alton L ' Richmond, Va ' BM MEDU / 166 
Hubbard, Linda M / Greensboro. N C / BSN NURS 
Hubbard. Michelle E / Mebane. N C / BA ART 
Huck. Susan J / Wantagh. N Y BA DS / 70 
Huckabee, John D Jr / Greensboro, N C / BS INTD 
Huckabee. Raymond D Jr / Greensboro. N C / BA HIST ,' 82 
Hudgins, Patricia E ; Red Springs, N C / BSHE CLTX 
Hudgins, Robert J / Gastonia, N C / BM MEDU 
Hudson. Bryant A / Semora. N C / BA ECHL 
Hudspeth. Phyllis A ,' Hudson, N C / BS BEDU / 1 22 
Hull, David C , Greensboro, N C / BA MUSI 
Hulfine. Ronald B Greensboro, N C BA BIOL 
Hugh Robert I Greensboro, N C BM MEDU ' 166 
Hughes, Frank M Jr Hendersonville N C BA GEOG 
Hughes. Kathy J Greensboro, N C ■ BS ECHL 
Hughes, Sandra Murray ■ Winston Salem N C , BA ECHL 
Hughes, Theresa L ' Asheboro N C ' BSHE CDFR 156 
Hull, Joseph S Ahoskie, NC BSECBA 
Hull, Judith D Falls Church, Va BFA DRAM 70 
Hunnicutt Barbara R ■ Candler. N C . BSHE HEDU / 156 
Hunter. Laura D ,' Greensboro, N C / BA DS 70 
Huntington. Virginia S / Greensboro, N C BS SOWK 
Hupman. Laura A / Mebane, N C / BFA DESN / 58 
Hurley. Karen K / Trinity, N C / BA ECHL 
Hutchens, Freddie D / Mt Airy, N C ,' BS ECBA 
Hutchins. Holli Jamestown. N C BSHE INTD 
Hutchinson. Elizabeth . Greensboro. N C .' BFA ART/ 58 
Hutt. Ivy Morris .' Woodleal. N C .' BSN NURS • 170 
Hutton. Linda I / Greensboro N C BSHE CDFR 
Hyatt. Jennifer L / Ahoskie. N C ' BA ECHL 
Hyde. Marcus P / Greensboro, N C / BA DS 
Hyder, William W Hendersonville N C BS BADM 122 
Hylton, Clyde W Eden, N C BS ECBA 
Hyun, Young K Asheboro, N C BSN NURS 170 
ngle, Gwyn B Greensboro, N C BS SOWK 
ngram. Henrietta D / Glenwood. N C .' BS DS • 70 
nnes. Richard . Greensboro, N C / BA ENGL , 75 
saacson, Enid C ' Winston Salem, N C / BSN NURS 
seman, Elizabeth A / Rockingham, N C / BA ECHL / 132 
Herman. Mary K / Winston Salem, N C / BS SOWK 
Jackson, Barbara A /Greensboro, N C / BS RECR 
Jackson. Cynthia J / Charlotte, N C / BHSE CDFR / 156 
Jackson, Frances W / Greensboro, N C / BSHE HEDU / 156, 
Jackson, Neva J / Reidsville, N C / BA ECHL 
Jackson, Phylis L / Erwin, N C / BA ELED 
Jackson, Ted W / Pilot Mountain, N C ' BS ECBA 122 
Jacobs. Julie M / Fayetteville. N C / BSN NURS 
Jacobs, Sybil J / Greensboro. N C / BA SOCI 
James, Helen F / Greensboro, N C / BS SOWK 
James, Jen H / Winston Salem N C / BA PSYC / 90 
James, Victor ,■ Willingboro. N C / BFA DESN 
Jarrell. Glenn W / Greensboro. N C / BS BADM 



Jarretl, Kim S / High Point, N C. / BS ACCT 
Jams, James K ■ Greensboro. N C . BS ECBA 122 
Jasperse, Jane R Thomasville. N C BS ECBA 
Jeltreys, Wilson M Mebane, N C BM APPL 
Jemson. Scott L ; Greensbofo, N C BA MUSI 
Jenkins. Amendea G ; Morganton, N C BA PSYC 90 
Jermgan, Bonnie J / Greensboro, N C ■ BA DS 
Jernigan, Fred M IN , Tabor City, N C / BA BIOL 
Jessup. Dwight L Ml Airy, N C BS ECBA 
Jester, Melmda A High Point, N C BFA AEDU 58 
John, Walter S High Point. N C BA BIOL 
Johns, Lora Lynn W.nston Salem. N C BS ACCT ,.125 
Johnson, Avis E / Slatesville, N G , BSHE CDFR / 156. 
Johnson. Commie R ■' Greensboro, N C ,■ BS PEDU 
Johnson, Douglas L ■ Greensboro, N C ■ BA HIST 
Johnson, Edward F ; Advance, N C BS ECBA 
Johnson, Judy H . Greensboro, N C BS ECBA 
Johnson, Karen L Suffolk, Va BM IVIEDU 
Johnson, Leslie C ■ Greensboro. N C BS RECR 
Johnson, Melmda H. ; Climax, N C / BS ECBA 
Johnson, Melissa S ,' Ruflin, N C / BA HIST 
Johnson. Patncia G ■' Charlotte. N C ' BA ENGL 
Johnson. Salhe C Greensboro, N C BS PSYC 
Johnson, Sandra G Smithfield, N C BA ENGL 75 
Johnson, Sharon B Raleigh, N C BS INTO 156 
Johnson, Shelby S , Walnut Cove, N C , BS MATH 85 
Johnson, Susan L / Raleigh, N C / BS RECR ,■ 143 
Johnson, Thomas H Jr / Washington, N C . BA HIST 
Johnson, Wanda K ,' Greensboro, N C ' BA DS 
Jones, Angela M Asheville, N C BA PSYC 
Jones. Cydme L Greensboro, N C BA ECHL 
Jones Frederick N High Poml NC BFA PNTG 
Jones, Gilbert G . Jamestown, N C BS ACCT 
Jones, Herita R ; Greensboro, N C ,■■ BA PSYC 90 
Jones, Juanita K / Greensboro. N C / BS PEDU 
Jones, Karen L ,■■ Jamestown, N C ■' BSN NURS 
Jones, Kaye B Asheboro, N C . BSHE CDFR 156 
Jones, Larry J Greensboro, N C BS BADM 
Jones, Marian J . Asheboro, N C BSN NURS 
Jones, Nora K Greensboro, N C ■ BFA DESN 
Jones, Rildia A ■ Raleigh, N C / BS CHEM , 67 
Jones, Ruth E / Cedar Mountain, N C ■ BS HED 
Jones, Sarah A ' Rocky MounI, N C BSN NURS 
Jones, Sharon R Greensboro, N C BA ELED 132 
Jordan. Ronda M Salisbury, N C BA ART 58 
Jordan William A Greensboro, N C BS BADM 
Joyce. Amanda G ■ High Point, N C ■ BS INTD 156 
Joyce, Jon R ,.' Winson Salem, N C / BS SOWK 
Joyner. Jane L / Chapel Hill, N C , BSHE FN ' 156 
Julian, Philip W ■ Greensboro, N C BSN NURS 
Jump, Ronald D Greensboro, N C BS BADM 
Justice, Vicky P ,. Slier City, N C ■ BA ELED 
Kaleel, Linda S Raleigh. N C BS SOWK 94 
Kamienski, Julia E ,■ Gastonia. N C ,■ BSN NURS 
Kandy, Sue H / Thomasville. N C / BA ENGL , 75 
Kaplan, Bruce D ■ Mahwah, N C ■ BA ECON 
Kappus, James E . Greensboro, N C BS ECBA 
Karmia, Mark T Oceanporl, N C BS ECBA 
Keams, Joseph K Greensboro, N C BA ECBA 125 
Keegan, Josephine C Greensboro, N C BS DEDU 
Keels, Thomas L Jr ,' Marshville, N C ■ BS ECBA, 125 
Keener, ScotI G ,' Greensboro, N C ■■ BFA ART 
Keesee. Carol R ; Greensboro, N C ,■ BA REL 
Kelly, Catherine H , Winston Salem, N C BA ENGL 
Kelly Deborahs Mebane, N C BSHE CDFR 156 
Kelly, Joshua P , Winston Salem, N C . BS ECBA 
Kelly, Mary L / New London, N C . BA BIOL ■ 62 
Kelly. Rhonda E ■ Charlotte, NC / BSHE CLTX ,' 156 
Kelly, Ronald D / Liberty, N C ■■ BA ENGL 
Kelly, Sherry J .■ Greensboro, N C . BA BIOL 
Kemp, Carol A ■ Raleigh. N C , BS RECR 
Kendnck, Debbie L Jamestown. N C BS PEDU 143 
Kendrick, Jame L ,■ Charlotte. N C ■ BSN NURS 1 70 
Kendnck. Martha A ,' Royerslord, Penn , BSN NURS ■ 170 
Kendrick, Rhonda E / Charlotte, N C / BS MATH . 85 
Kendnck, Teresa Y ■ Greensboro, N C BS ECBA 
Kennedy, Dale A ■ Ocean City, Md BSN NURS 
Kennedy, Hope Whiteville, N C - BA ECHL 
Kent, Diana L ■■ Lenoir, N C / BSN NURS 
Kerley, Joan D / Taylorsville, N C / BS HED 
Kernodle, Joyce G / Greensboro, N C / BA DS 
Kersey, Debra A / High Point, N C ' BSHE CLTX / 156 
Kessler, Margaret E ,■ Charlolte, N C ■ BSN NURS,' 172 

Kimbrough, John A , Greensboro, N C BA MATH 
Kimmel, Elyse T Greensboro. N C BA ENGL 
Kinard, Beverly A / Greensboro, N C . BSMT MEDT 
King, Pamela / Warrenton, N C / BSMT MEDT ■ 62 
King, Perry V ,' Walnut Cove, N C ,' BS SOWK 
King, Sandra B ,' Washington, N C / BS MERC 
King. Susan D ■ Drexel, N C ' BS DS 
Kingsley. Janel N Greensboro. N C BA ART 
Kirby, Frances Painter Chapel Hill, N C BSN NURS 
Kirby, Ronald R ■■ Mebane, N C ■ BS MATH 



Kincoples, Michael P / Winston Salem. N,C. / BA HIST / 82 

Kirk. Margaret S ■ Salisbury, N C ■ BSHE HEDU ■ 156 

Kirkman, Willamae C . Asheboro, N C , BSN NURS 

Kirkpatnck, Charles E Greensboro, N C BSN NURS ■ 172 

Kiser. James W , Eden, N C . BS ECBA 

Kiser, Patricia W ' Greensboro, N C BSN NURS 

Kivett, Douglas R / Julian, N C / BS MATH 

Klemer, Caralea C ,' Greensboro. N C ; BS ECON 

Kleva. Kenneth W ,' Greensboro, N C ' BS ECBA ,■ 125 

Klinger, Richard E Jr , Raleigh. N C ■ BA BIOL 

Kobos, Walter J Greensboro, N C . BA CHEM 

Kornegay, Sandra S / Greensboro, N C / BA ART 

Kramer, Martin M ,' Greensboro, N C / BA BIOL ■■ 63 

Kravetz, Christine L ' Greensboro, N C / BA ECHL 

Kyaw. Janel V ,' Burlington, N C ■■ BA DS ■ 70 

Labell, Lucinda Benbow ' Greensboro. N C . BFA AEDU 

Ladner, Carolyn C Julian. N C BSN NURS 

Lahey, Donald G Sealord. N Y BA FREN 93 

Lake, Mary Mohr Greensboro. N C . BSHE CDFR , 158 

Lamb, Kalhy M ■■ Greensboro. N C / BSN NURS 

Lamons, Linda Sue L / Greensboro, N C / BSN NURS 

Lampmen. Virge A ,' Morganville, N C ' BA DS 

Landry, Cherly A ■ Saugus, Ma BS CHEM 

Lanning Barbara D High Point, NC BA HIST 

Larimore Patncia L Woodbine, Md . BA ENGL 

Lasme, Robert L ■ High Point, N C / BS ECBA 

Laskoske, Linda A ,■ Claremonl, N H / BFA ART 

Lawhorne Ann S /' Summertield N C ■' BA HIST 

Lawson, Chime J ; Mt Airy, N C ■ BA ECHL 

Lawson, Debra C Greensboro N C BS ECBA 125 

Lawson, Linda A Eden, N C BS PEDU 143 

Leary, Mary E Greensboro. N C BA ELED 

Leavitt, Nancy J ■ Wadesboro. N C / BA ECHL / 134 

Lebold, Judith R /Greensboro, N C / BA DS / 71 

Ledbetler, Belinda C / Burlinglon, N C / BA ELED .' 134 

Ledford. Anthony D Greensboro, N C BM TC 

Lee, Brian S Greensboro, N C BM APPL 

Lee, Susan T E Greensboro, N C ■ BS BADM 134 

Lee. Susan Wrenn Greensboro, N C ■ BA ECHL 

Leebnck, Bland A Jr / Whitsett, N C / BA ENGL 

Leonard, Dana L /Raleigh, NC /BSN NURS/ 172 

Leonard, Darline W / Trinity. N C / BA BIOL 

Lerner, Rhonda L / Taylorsville, N C ■ BS HED / 143 

Lesley, Karen L . Salisbury, N C BA ECHL 

Levin, Debra G ■ Greensboro, N C BSN NURS 

Lewis, Claude E ■ Greensboro, N C . BS ECBA 

Lewis, Gail G / High Point, N C / BS PEDU 

Lewis, Jane A / Greensboro, N C / BS CHEM 

Lewis, Jesse E Jr / Morehead City, N C / BA ENGL 

Lewis. Suzanne F , Greensboro, N C BA PHYT 

Lewis, Tommie C Tabor City N C BA ELED 134 

Lilly, Donald E . High Point, N C BA DS 

Lindfors, Laurie A Raleigh. N C BSN NURS 

Link, Becky Jean; Durham, NC /BSHE HEDU.' 158 

Linville. Aubry W / Winston Salem. N C / BM MEDU 

Lipman. Joseph R / Greensboro, N C / BS BADM ,' 125 

Little. Cynthia ' Greensboro, N C ' BA PSYC 

Little, Gregory T Rock HHI. S C BM APPL / 166 

Little. Patricia Murphy, N C ■ BSHE CDFR / 158 

Little, Timothy S ■ Stalesville, N C ,■ BA PSCI / 89 

Little. Ulva V / Fayetteville, NC /BS HED/ 143 

Littleiohn, Lucinda / Charlotte, N C / BSHE CDFR ,/ 1 58 

Littleton, Ruth Renee / Charlotte. NC / BS SOWK ; 94 

Livingston Robert Greensboro, N C BS ECBA 

Locklear, Carol J Red Springs, N C BSN NURS 172 

Loflin, Robin R ■ Greensboro, N C . BA ENGL , 75 

Logan, Melame K / High Pomt, N C ■ BFA SCUL 

Long. Debra K / Morganton, N C / BSHE CLTX / 158 

Long. Dennis J / Greensboro, N C / BA BIOL / 63 

Looman, Richard G / Greensboro, N C / BA PSYC 

Love. Andrew A ,■ Montclair, N J BA ART 58 

Lovell. Robert H Eden, N C . BS BADM 125 

Lovings, Jill D / Reidsville. N C , BA ENDL 

Low, Anne D .' Greensboro, N C / BSN NURS 

Loy, James R / Greensboro. N C / BFA PNTG 

Lucas, Richard G / Greensboro, N C 'BA HIST/ 82 

Lucas, Sharon M / Greensboro, N C ' BSN NURS 

Ludemann, George S Greensboro, N C ' BA PSYC ' 90 

Lumsden, Mark W ' Greensboro, N C ,■■ BA BIOL ■ 63 

Lundquist, Arlene R ,' Greensboro, N C / BA PSYC 

Lundy. Judy k / Jamestown, N C / BA ECHL 

Lung Ka-Ki / Greensboro, N C / BS CHEM 

Lunsford. Kathenne I / Murphy, N C ' BA HIST 82 

Lupton, Joseph W Jr / Roanoke Rapids, N C BM MEDU 

Lutz, Gail W ; Greensboro, N C BA BIOL 

Lutz, Mary A ,' Lawndale. N C / BA DS 71 

Lyies. Charles E / Macon, N C / BA ART 

Lyman, John R / Greensboro, N C / BS PEDU 

Lynch, Maureen A / Sealord, N Y , BS DEDU ' 144 

Lynn, Deborah K / Gastonia, N C BS BEDU 

Lyon, Frances E / Monroe, N C BSN NURS 

Mabe. Dwighl R High Poml, N C BM MEDU 

Mabe, Steven A Greensboro, N C BA MATH 

MacGregor, Daryl T ,' Greensboro, N C , BSN NURS 



Maclnnes, Deborah L, / Sea Girt, N J / BS INTD 
Mackie, Rhonda K /Advance, NC / BS ECBA; 125 
Madren, Rebecca A ,■ Gary, N C ' BSHE CDFR . 158 
Mahaffey, Karen L ' Winston Salem, N C BSHE CDFR 158 
Maida, Beth A Fort Lauderdale, Fla BA PSYC 90 
Mallard. Barbara J , Kinston, N C ■■ BSMT MEDT , 63 
Maness, Howard B / Greensboro, N C ; BA ECBA 
Maness, Mary Paul M / Asheboro, N C . BS HED 
Mangum, Marsha / Highlands. N C ■ BS PEDU 144 
Manzi, Melmda M Greensboro. N C BS DEDU 144 
Marks, Paul L , Pleasant Garden. N C BS ECBA 
Marley, Mary E .' Pleasant Garden. N C BFA AEDU , 58. 
Marsh, Frances M Greensboro, N C BA ENGL 
Marsh, Nancy D ; Greensboro. N C BFA PNTG ' 58 
Marshall, Catherine M , Durham, N C ■ BA ELED 
Marshall, Freda K / Greensboro, N C ■ BSHE CDFR 
Marshall, Freda K / Greensboro. N C BSHE CDFR 
Marshall. Joanne B Snow Camp, N C 
Marshall, Nina C ■ Yadkmville, N C ■ BA DS 
Marshall, Steve M ,' Greensboro, N C / BFA DESN 
Martin, Dawn L / Walkertown, N C / BS DED / 125 
Martin, Larry M ■' Greensboro, N C / BA ENGL 
Marlm, Richard R ' Greensboro, N C , BA ENGL 
Martin, Richard W Raleigh. N C. ■ BA ENGL 
Martin, Robin R Lenoir, N C ' BSHE INTD / 158 
Martin, Sandra H / Mount Airy, N C ,' BA ECHL 
Mashburn. Norman B Jr / Greensboro, N C / BA ART/ 58 
Masterman, Jill P ' Phoenix, Md /BS PEDU/ 144 
Mastin. Debra L / Wilkesboro, N C / BSN NURS 
Mathia. Bobbie Jean Raleigh, N C BSN NURS ■ 172 
Mathis, John R / Winston Salem, N C BA PSCI 
Mathis. Stephen C - Winston Salem. N C . BS ECBA . 125 
Matney. Mary B / Winston Salem, N C / BA GERM 
Matthews, Nathan R / Newport News, Va / BM APPL 
Matthews, Phillip L / Greensboro, N C / BA ANTH 
Mauldin, Susan E Albemarle. N C ' BM MEDU 
Maxwell Mary S Greensboro, N C BA PSYC 
May, Margaret R Raleigh, N C BA ECHL 
McAdoo, Margaret Y , Greensboro, N C BS BADM 
McAlpine, Mary P / Galax, Va, / BA BIOL / 62 
McBride, William E Jr / Thomasville, N C / BS ECBA 
McBryde, Sarah E / Santord, N C / BS INTD 
McCabe, William E Jr . Edward. NC BS ACCT ,■ 125 
McChesney, Susan R Wilmington, N C BA PSYC 
McCleary, Dale E . High Point, N C BS PHYS 
McClung. Janet L ,' Eden, N C , BA PSYC / 90 
McClure, Patncia L, / Gastonia, N C / BSN NURS 
McCollum. Susan B / Reidsville, N C / BSHE HEDU / 158 
McComb, Teresa A /Gaslonia. NC / BSHE CLTX / 158 
McCoy, Stephen Winston Salem, N C ' BA PSCI 
McCulley, Dura J S . Greensboro, N C BA PSYC 
McCurry, Robert J ■ Greensboro. NC BA PSYC 
McDamel, Susan L ' Kannapolis. N C / BA ENGL / 75 
McDermott. Martha M / Greensboro. N C / BSHE CLTX 
McDowell, Becky Y /Asheboro, NC / BA SOCl / 94 
McFarland, Howard M , Greensboro, N C ' BA BIOL 
McGimpsey, Linda M . Morganton, N C BSN NURS 172 
McGimsey, Linda J Nebo, N C BA ECHL 134 
McGinn, Mark R Greensboro, NC BSHE CLTX 
McGregor, Donna C ■ Greensboro. N C ,' BS ECBA 
McHardy, Nanette G / Greensboro, N C / BS ECON 
McHugh, Steven W / Thomasville, N C / BM APPL, 
Mcllwain, Nancy H ■' Winston Salem, N C ' BA PSCI , 89 
McKee, JeanJ Madtson, N C BS ECBA 125 
McKee, Michael G Charlotte NC BS RECR. 144 
McKenry. Carol J ■ Greensboro, N C . BS ECBA 
McKenzie, Gloria/ Maxton, N C / BA ELED/ 134 
McKinney, Sylvia G /Graham. NC / BS ECBA / 125 
McKmnon. David A / FranklmviMe. N C / BA PSYC / 90 
McLaunn, Frank J / Charlotte, NC / BFA AEDU 
McLemore. Patricia A ..■ Greensboro, N C BS INTD 
McMillan, Jane Red Springs, N C . BA ECHL 134 
McMillian, Donna R ' Fayetteville. N C ,■■ BA DS ; 71 
McNair, Wane L / Wagram, NC / BA ECBA/ 125 
McNease, Deborah S / Asheboro, N C / BS ECHL / 134 
McNeish. Lynn A / Monroe, N C ,' BSHE CLTX / 158 
McNinch, Donald A . Greensboro, N C ' BS ECBA 
McPherson, Robert W . Liberty, N C BS ECBA 
McRai, Joyce D .■ Maxton, N C BA PSYC 
McSwain, Norma K ; Santord. N C . BSMT MEDT 
Mears. Wayne / Greensboro, N C / BS ECBA 
Medley, Elizabeth A /Greensboro, N C ■ BS INTD 
Meehan, Nancy J / Bettendorf, Iowa / BSHE INTD ■ 158 
Meeks, Alfred S .' Burlington, N C . BA ENGL 
Meggmson, Mary L High Pomt, N C BA DS 
Melletle. Bonnie S Winston Salem, N C . BM MEDU 
Melton. Mary L . Newton. N C BA BIOL 
Melton, Miles D / Goldsboro, N C / BA ART 
Meluch, Rebecca/ Westlake, Ohio/ BFA DRAM / 7l 
Melvin. James T jr / Greensboro, N C BA PSCI ' 89 
Mendek, Stephen J , Balckwood, N J BS ECBA . 125 
Mendenhall. Cheryl L / Thomasville, N C ■ BSN NURS 
Mercadante, A! A / Greensboro, N C / BS ECBA 
Mercer, Jane M / Shannon. NC / BS ECBA / 125 



Messer, Sherry Diane ' Lillington, N C ; BA REL / 93 
Metcalf. Larrv D Ruthertordton, N C BA GEOG / 78 
Mewborn, Diane F ■ Greensboro, N C BA DS 
Meyer, Casey F Wayne, N J BS BADM 125 
Meyre, Juditri I Reidsvtile N C BA GERM 
Mtckelberry, Susan L Greensboro, N C BA ENGL 
Midgelle, Kalhy E Raleigh. N C BA PSYC 
Miles, Dorothy L Elhin, N C BA PHYT 62 
Millar, Kimrey E Greensboro. N C BS PEDU 
Miller. Brenda R Greensboro, N C BA SOCl 
Miller, Calvin C Pleasant Garden N C BA ENGL 
Miller. Dorlis L Winston Salem, N C 8FA DESN 58 
Miller, James E Greensboro, N C BFA PNTG 
Miller. Jerry L ' Belews Creek, N C BFA PNTG 
Miller, Jesse A ; Yadkin»ille, N C ,■ BFA AEDU 
Miller. Laura D ,' Gastonia. N C ; BS INTD 
Miller. Linda J / Greensboro. N C , BA BIOL 
Miller. Reginia A , Greensboro. N C , BSHE CDFR ; 158 
Miller. Wanda V ■ Charlolle, N C , BA DS 
Mills. Jen L Greensboro, N C BSHE CDFR / 158 
Millsaps, David J Stalesville, N C , BA PSYC 
Milnor. Daniel B Greensboro. N C BFA ART 
Milton. Louise T Greensboro. N C BSHE CLTX 
Mims, Deborah E Gastonia, N C BSHE CLTX 
Mincy, Pamela G Graham, N C BFA DANC 
Minnick, Kathenne A Greensboro, N C BM APPL 
Minler. Mary L Greensboro, N C BSHE CLTX 
Misenheimer, Timothy J Lexington, NO BA BIOL ,' 62 
Mitchell, Edward J Jr • Greensboro, NOBS ECBA 
Mitchell. Paula J ,■ Garner, N C ,■ BSN NURS ■ 172 
Mitchell. Reva D ' Walnut Dove, N C ■ BA PSYC 90 
Mitrani. Charistian E K ,' Greensboro. N C / BFA DANC 
Mittman. Les D ,' Greensboro, N C ,' BA HIST / 82 
Mize. Judy K ■ Winston Salem. N C ,' BA PSYC 
Mock, Teresa A ' Burlington, N C ,' BS MERC 
Mode, Rebecca L ,'Annandale, Va ,■ BSN NURS ' 172 
Moir. Terry L ' Winston Salem. N C ,' BSN NURS 
Monnett. Martha J ' Greensboro. N C / BA BIOL 
Montgomery, Joyce S ,' Greensboro, N C , BA ECBA 
Moon. Jane E , Raleigh. N C / BM APPL 
Moore. Clarence C Jr / Winston Salem. N C BS 

ECBA, 125 
Moore. Kenny L , High Point, N C BA BIOL / 62 
Moore, Lynda B , Winston Salem. N C , BA BIOL 
Moore, Maxine B Winston Salem. N C / 
Moore, Terry G , Tobaccoville. N C / BSN NURS 
Moose. Judy Benfield / Greensboro. N C / BSN NURS 
Moran. Maureen J / Silver Spring. Md / BS INTD 



Morel. Patrice A / High Point, N C / BA FREN 
Morgan, Carl R / Greensboro. N C ,■ BA BADM 
Morrell. Marsha L / Greensboro. N C , BA ECH 
Morris. Elizabeth A / Boonton 
Morris, Sandra J / Charlotte, I 
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Morton. Carolyn Y ■ Greensboro, N C / BA SOCl 
Moser. Mallory A Winston Salem, N C , BA PSCI 69 
Motiwala. Mehmood Z Dallas. N C BS BADM , 125 
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Wake Forest, N C ,' BSN NURS 
inston Salem, N C ;' BSHE HEDU , i; 

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X. NC ;BSHE CDFR ■ 158 
rnersville, N C ;' BS ECHL 
sboro. N C / BSHE CLTX ; 158 
gh. N C ,/BS ECBA/ 134 
nsboro, N C ' BA ECON 
David M / Winston Salem N C / BS ECBA ; 126 
Kent E Eden. N C / BS 
Wendy E Greensboro N C BSN NURS 
I. Anna B Winston Salem, NC BFA AEDU 58 
I. William R Charlotte N C BA ENGL 
Jeltrey B Augusta Ma BS CHEM 
Laura E Greensboro. N C BS HED 144 
Martha H Rockingham, N C BA ECHL ; 134 
Mary N ' Greensboro, N C BSN NURS 
m, Candace A , Thomasville, N C BA HIST / 82 
reresa L ; Lenoir, N C BA DS ,■ 71 
.ucinda P / Charlotte, N C / BA DS 72 



Norchi, Carolyn M /Allison Park, Pa /BSHE INTD/ 158 
Norman, April E / Statesville, N C / BA ECHL 
Norris, Jenmler J / Ingalls, N C / BA ECHL 
Norris, Karen L ' ValOese N C / BA ENGL 
North, Barbara S Greensboro N C BSN NURS 
Northrup, John D Ptalltown. N C BA ANTH 
Noryvood. Charles T Greensboro. N C ; BS ECBA 
Nugent, Barbara A , Apex, N C BS PEDU/ 144 
Nunn. Rhonda G , Mount Airy. N C / BA ECHL / 134 
Neal. Nancy B Greensboro. N C / BSN NURS 
Odea Therese M Fayetteville. N C BA SOCl 
Odoherty Jane M , Greensboro N C BA BIOL 
Ogburn Joyce L - Richmond, Va BA ANTH ■ 53 
Ogburn, Robah G Jr ,' Winston Salem, N C ' BM 

MEDU/ 166 
Okoralor. Chike H / Greensboro, N C / BS CHEM 
Olson. Sallie C / Greensboro, N C / BSN NURS 
Oneal, Harry R / Greensboro. N C /BAART/58 
Orr. Raymond A / Greensboro, N C / BA MATH 
Osborne, Bonnie J / Lexington, N C : BFA ART 59 
Osborne, Stephen D / Greensboro. N C / BA PSYC / 90 
Oley. James J / Newport. N C ; BA BIOL 
Overby. Evelyn C / Greensboro, N C / BS MATH 
Overcash. Paula A , Concord, N C ' BS HED 146 
Owens. Glenda L Raleigh N C BA ENGL 75 
Owens. Sharron R Winston Salem, N C , BA PSYC / 90 
Oyedele. Sulaiman ■ Greensboro N C , BS CHEM 
Osment, Gary B Greensboro, N C , BA ANTH 
Paden, Evelyn A / Red Springs, N C /BS ECHL/ 137 
Padgett, James B / Greensboro, N C / BS ECBA 
Paetzell. Ann S / Tarboro, N C / BSN NURS / 172 
Page. George B Jr ,' Rutlin. N C / BS BADM 
Page, Lucy C ; Raleigh, N C < BS SOWK 
Page. W Lynnelle / Durham N C i BSHE CLTX ,' 158 
Pagel, Judy A / Gritton, N C / BSHE CLTX 
Palmer. Daniel M Jr / Horse Shoe. N C / BFA PNTG 
Parker. Carolyn J / Raleigh, N C / BFA ART 
Parker, Nelson G ,' Greensboro. N C / BA BADM / 126 
Parlier Susan C ■ Greensboro. N C BS SOWK 94 
Parrish Madin A Greensboro, N C BA GEOG 
Parsons, Jo L Clinton, N C ■ BSHE CDFR 158 
Parsons, Sammy G Boomer N C BA ENGL 
Paschal, Michael A Greensboro, N C / BA GEOG / 78 
Paslack, Anita G ■ New London, NC ;BSSECY/126 
Passmore. Patsy G / Trinity. N C / BA ELED 
Patterson. Joseph S Jr / High Point. N C / BA PSYC 
Patterson. Nancy K / Hickory. N C / BA ECHL 
Patterson. Patncia B / Greensboro. N C / BSN NURS 



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Pavne Donna G Asheboro NC BA ECHL 
Payonk, Noreen K . Wilmington. N C BSN NURS 172 
Pearce, Martha L . Elizabeth City N C BS D3 
Peery, Patt. L Colonial Beach, Va BA ECHL 
Pegg, Lisa C / Greensboro, N C ,' BM MEDU 
Pegiam Victor C Jr Greensboro N C BFA DESN 
Pence Karen L Potlstown, Pa BA ART 
Pendergrass Elizabeth ■ Durham N C BSHE FN , 158 
Pendleton Eve B Greensboro N C BM APPL 
Pennisi, Donna M ' Raleigh, N C BSN NURS 172 
Penny, Lorraine G Raleigh N C BSHECDFR 15B 
Penton Alice L , Ashe«ille N C BA ENGL 75 
Perdue, Brenda M ,' Greensboro. N C . BA DS 
Perkins, Vivian F Goldsboro, N C BSHE CDFR 158 
Perkmson John R Jr Winston Salem, N C BS ACCT 
Perley Jean M ■ Greensboro, N C BS BADW 
Perry Bonita M W Burlington NC BS SOWK 
Perry, Joel D Wilmington, N C BFA DRAM 72 
Perry Lynda L Eden N C ■ SA ECHL 137 
Peters Ins E Winston Salem N C BS ECBA 
Peters, Mary W ; Baton Rouge La BA SPHE 72 
Pelree Mary M / Walnut Cove, N C ; BA ECHL 
Pett.cord Frances M Kernersville, N C BS ECBA 
Pettit Anne Morgan ; Greensboro, N C BS ECBA 
Peltitt Sally K Greensboro N C BA BIOL 
Petty Linda J Greensboro NC BS BADM 
Ptall, Jetlrey Neil Winston Salem, NC BS ECBA 126 
Ptaff, John P ' Lewisville N C ; BA HIST 
Pharr Jacqueline L / Gastonia, N C BM MEDU 166 
Pharr, Jocelyn L . Gastonia. N C / BM MEDU ' 166 
Phelps Janet E - Clemmons N C BS MATH 
Phillips V.vian G Bennett, N C BFAAEDU 
Phipps, Pamela S / Richmond Va BSN NURS 
I, Carol P Durham N C BSN NURS 
■, Karen E ' Greensboro, N C . BS ECBA 
r, Rila H / Winston Salem, N C / BSN NURS 
Dexter L Winston Salem N C BS ECBA 
Pamela L • Chapel Hill, N C BS ECBA 
Veta L Ahoskie N C BSHECDFR 
, Walter G Winston Salem, N C BS BADM 
Man D ■ Sherrills Ford N C BA HIST 82 
Linda S Winston Salem N C BA ECHL 
nl Oenise G Greensboro N C ' BM APPL 



Pleasants Robert T Jr Greensboro, N C BA PSYC 
Pleasants, Sheila G ' Clayton. N C ; BSHE CLTX . 158 
Plowden Kristis A Greensboro N C BFA AEDU 59 
Plyler Martha J Statesville. N C ' BSHE FN 158 
Pollack Deborah S Greensboro. N C • BA BIOL 
Pollack. Ellen B Greensboro N C . BS BADM 
Poole, Dale A , Winston Salem, N C / BS ECBA 
Pope, Sharon L ; Cedar Grove, N C / BSN NURS / 172 
Pope Teresa A Shelby, N C BSHE CLTX 158 
Porter, Christina R , Greensboro N C ' BSHE INTD 160 
Porter Nancy S ' Walnut Cover. N C .' 
Potts. Sherri L Adance N C BSHECDFR 160 
Powell Dons L ' Hallsboro. N C , BA ECHL 
Powell Melissa A ' Winston Salem N C / BS SOWK 
Powell. Sharon L ; Chapel Hill. N C BSHE CLTX 
Powers. Jane M / Bennett. N C ' BA ECHL 
David M McLeansville N C BA HIST 
Michael K Wilmington N C BA ENGL 
Chris A ■ Mount Holly. N C ; BA PSYC 
■ Janet E ■ Spartanburg S C ' BA ELED 
1. Jetlrey W / Charlotte. N C BM MEDU 166 
1, Marianne M / Eden. N C BFA AEDU 
• Mikeal N , Greensboro N C BM APPL 
1 Teresa D .' Greensboro. N C • BA DS 
lard. Kenneth L Greensboro. N C .' BA ENGL 
lard Robert P Alexandria. Va BFA DANC 
ridgen. Jamie J ' Winston Salem. N C .' BA HIST , 82 

Laura E ' Hickory. N C ; BFA BANC 
'rivette. Mary D Spring Hope. N C , BS HED / 146 
>rongay. Peggy L / Winston Salem. N C i BS RECR . 146 
3onnie L . Reidsville. N C ■ BA SOCI 
James W . Eden. N C BS ECBA. 126 
Puckett. Debbie L • Greensboro. N C ,' BA PSYC 
Pugh Thomas E High Point. N C BS HED 
Pulman. Deborah A . Greensboro. N C / BS ACCT / 126 
Putney. Valerie M / Greensboro. N C / BA DS / 72 
Queen. Don L ' Lexington. N C BS ECBA 
Quick Sheila D High Point. N C ; BA ECBA 
Radlord Camille R Burlington N C BSN NURS 
Radick. Angela M J Asheboro N C BA ECHL 137 
Raglin Muriel L / Washington. D C .' BSHE FN 
Railings. Mark B Greensboro N C • BA ENGL 77 
Ramsey Joyce P Greensboro N C BS HED 



Rankin Ruth L Asheville N C . BSHE CDFR 
Ratchtord. Thomas W .• Kernersville. N C / BS ECBA 
Ratlilf Fannie L Lilcsville N C • BS HED 
Ratteree. Sharon E - Charlotte N C BM APPL 
Ratligan Michael B ' SI Petersburg Fla ; BS BADM 
Raxter Donna J Greensboro N C BA PSYC 
Ray. Kathy M ; Wilmington. N C i BM APPL 
Ray Stacy E ' Hickory N C .' BA DS 
Reagan. Rebecca A Charleston. S C BA ENGL 
Reaves. Tommie P . Reidsville. N C .■ BS RECR 
Reavis Daniel G Winston Salem N C BA PHIL ■ 87 
Rector, Cathy D Asheville, N C BA DS 72 
Rector, Debbie M Winston Salem, N C ■ BA ECHL/ 137 
Reddeck Melissa S ; Trinity. N C BSHE INTD 
Redding. Pamela M / Gastonia. N C BSN NURS 
Redmond. Lynne A / Greensboro. N C - BA ART 
Reece Shelia A . Greensboro N C BA ELED 
Reed. Nancy E Fayettevillc. N C ■ BA HIST 83 
Reese. Barbara A ; Greensboro. N C ' BSHE CDFR / 160 
Reese ReneeEW High Point. N C BA PSYC 
Reeves. William H / Greensboro. N C . BA HIST 
Register. Julia E ' Wilson N C .' BS ECBA .' 126 
Reid Augustus .' Greensboro. N C BA ELED • 137 
Reid. Joyce A , Greensboro N C . BS DS . 72 
Reim. Leslie G ■ Hendersonville N C BM MEDU ■ 166 
Rettig David W Graham N C BA HIST 83 
Reynolds, Barbara S ; Greensboro, N C i BA ECHL i 137, 
Reynolds, Jetlrey L . Jamestown, N C ■ BS PEDU 
Reynolds, Margaret M / Winston Salem, N C ; BS INTD 
Rhodes, Sheila L ; Spring Lake, N C / BA OS ,' 72 
Rhodes, Waynona T Lawsonville, N C ' BS ECHL 
Rhyne, Ernest E . Hickory, N C ; BA DS 

David E . Greensboro. N C / BSN NURS/ 172 
Deborah L Greensboro N C ' BA ECHL 
. Mananna ' Garland. N C BA ENGL 
ardson. Carol W / Trimly. N C ■ BA BIOL 
ardson. Elma W • Greensboro. N C ■ BS ACCT 
ard. Joyce B ' Greensboro. N C / BS BADM 
lie. Julia B 1 Salisbury, N C ' BS PEDU 
liggs. Jack C Lexington. N C BA DS 

e William M ; Durham. N C .' BA PSYC / 90 
imy L ■ Gibsonville. N C ■ BA ENGL 
Jley, MelinOa M ' Greensboro. N C ' BA DS < 72 



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Linda K M / Elon College, N C / BS ACCT 
5, Valene L /Crollon, Md / BS INTO/ 160 
,. Harold F ' Greensboro, N C / BS MATH 
,, Mary C Hillsborough, N C ' BSN NURS ,' 172 
,, Snaron L Kernersuille, N C / BS CBEO ,' 126 
on, David D Advance, N C BS HED ' 146 
on. Franci G Burlington, N C , BA PSYC ' 90 
jn, Carol D , Durham, N C , BM MEDU 
in. Lilla C Greensboro. N C BA PSYC 
)n Martha J , Durham, N C BA DS / 72 
!r. Susan Wilson Rural Hall. N C ' BS MATH 
Beverly Hudson Durham. N C BA ENGL 
Constance R ■ Greensboro, N C ,' BFA DANC ' 14( 
Rogers, Karen E State Road, N C BSHE CDFR 
Roland, Lou S , Eden, N C ,' BS HED ,' 146 
Roman, Mary R / Faison, N C ,' BSHE FN 
Rominger, Robert L / Winston Salem, N C ,' BA PSYC 
Roosa, Jane K Peekskill, N Y ■' BM MEDU ,' 166 
Roscoe Mary D Greensboro, N C BSHE CDFR 
Rose Sally J Gaslonia, N C BA ECHL 
Roth, Eileen, M , Greensboro, N C ,' BA PSYC 
Rothrock Teresa D N / Greensboro, N C / BS ECHL 
Roundy, Charles T ,' Fuquay-Vanna, N C /' BA PSYC 
Routh. Robin G / Asheboro. N C / BA ENGL / 77 
Rowe, Mary G ,' Greensboro, N C , BSN NURS 
Royal Alta K Salemburg, N C ' BA HIST 
Royal Karen S Greensboro N C BSHE CDFR 
Rushing, Reginald A ,' Winston Salem N C / BM MEDU 
Russell. Alan J , Greensboro, N C ; BA HIST 
Russell Catherine M ,' Greensboro, N C / BA BIOL 
Rutledge. Louella W Winston Salem, N C / BS ECBA 
Rutledge, Philip L Greensboro, N C / BA PSYC 
Ryan, Susan M , Charlotte. NC ; BS MERC 126 
Rymer Jackson, S Jr Greensboro N C ■ BS MATH / 85 
Sabiston, Michael A ; Greensboro, N C ,' BS ECBA 
Sage. Phyllis A ' Greensboro. N C - BA BIOL 
Sales. Carolyn D ; Winston Salem. N C , BSHE HEDU 
Salvo, Alyce M ■ Charlotte, N C , BM MEDU 
Samples, Patsy T Greensboro. N C ,■ BSHE CLTX 
Sams, Kathy L , Greensboro. N C BSN NURS 
Sams, Tara S , Winston Salem N C ' BA BIOL ,' 63 
Samuel, Lisa Brown , North Wilkesboro. N C / BSN 

NURS '172 
Sanchez-Boudy, Felix E / Greensboro, N C ; BSBT 

PSYC ,' 90 
Sandin, Emilie H ' Greensboro. N C BFA ART ,' 59 



Sanniota. 
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/ Washington. N.C ( BM APPL 
W ,'High Point. N C / BA ELED 
\ I Greensboro, N C / BA ECHL 
Fayetteville. N C ' BA DS 



Saunders, Sherry G Burlington N C / BFA AEDU 
Sawyer, Ann E / Winston Salem, N C ; BSHE FN , 160 
Scales. Barbara G , Eden. N C BSHE CLTX ' 160 
Scarce. Steven E ,' Thomasville. N C ,' BSN NURS 
Schlosser. Katherine K / Greensboro. N C / BA PSYC 
Schodcld. Holly A ,' Miami, Fla ,' BA PSYC ' 90 
Schott. Martin A / Greensboro, N C ' BS ECBA 
Schroeder Mary F , Greensboro N C , BS DS , 72 
Schrohl, Kristyn K ' Kernersville, N C , BS PEDU / 146 
Schultz, Karen R Kernersville, N C , BS HED ' 148 
Schumm. Susan w - Greensboro N C ,■ BSHE INTD 
Scott, Anita L / Greensboro N C ■ BA SOCI 
Scott, Grady W Jr ,' Greensboro, N C ; BA HIST 
Scott, Ross A ,' Dobson. N C ,' BA PEDU / 148 
Scotton, Richard H , Staley. N C / BS ECBA 
Scronce. Wade A / Hickory. N C / BSHE INTD / 160 
Seagraves. Horace S ; Greensboro, N C / BS ECBA / 12 
Seawell, Mary C / Greensboro, N C ,' BSHE INTD 
Seeker, Susan E /Jacksonville, N C / BSMT MEDT 
Segraves, Rebakah J / Winston Salem, N C / BA BIOL 
Segraves, Rodney G /Winston Salem, N C / BS ACCT 
Selders, Jane Ellen / Greensboro, N C / BA ECHL / 160 
Sellers. Carrolle W /Greensboro. N C / BS ACCT 
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Shelton, Carol M / Greensboro, N C / BA ECHL 
Shelton, Deborah A / Thomasville, N C ' BSN NURS 17 
Shelton, James D Jr / Greensboro, N C ' BS ACCT 
Shelton, Melissa A / Greensboro, N C ' BS SECY 
Shelton, Sandra G Greensboro, N C BSHE CDFR ,■ 16 
Shelton. Shelia L Eden N C / BS SOWK / 94 
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Shepard, Angela L / Rockingham, N C ,' BSHE FN < 160 


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Slier, 


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3ns, Kathryn A / Stamford, Conn / BSHE CLTX i 160 


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DOS, Robin J / Greensboro N C / BA ENGL 


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son, Virginia A / Hendersonville, N C / BFA DESN 


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Earle C / Asheboro, N C ,' BS 


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Smitti. R Douglas Jr Greensboro, N C /BMMEDU 166 
Smith, Sharon D / Winston Salem. N C / BFA DANC ; 148 
Smith, Sherry K ; Greensboro, N C ; BSN NURS 
Smith, Susan M i Plantation Fla BSHE HEDU 160 
Smith, Terry M Greensboro, N C BA PSCI 
Smitherman, Phyllis M Winston Salem N C BSHE CDFR 
Snyder Sherry Adonna Greensboro, N C BSN NURS 
Sorensen, Jan B ; Greensboro, N C BSMT MEDT 
Southern , Sheryl H ; Brown Summit N C BA ELED 
Southwell, Mary B ;■ Greensboro, N G ' BSHE HEDU 
Sox, Karen M ,■ Burlington, N C ,■ BSHE CDFR ,■ 160 
Soyars, Ann Russell ■ Reidswille, N C BS MATH 85 
Sparks, David L Winston Salem N C BA DS 
Sparks, Susan E Greensboro N C BA PSCI 
Speas, Sharon R Hillsborough N C BS ACCT 
Spence, Cecilia M i Jacksonville Fla BFA ART 
Spencer, Malinda W ,' Thomasville N C . BA PSYC 
Spital, Bruce F , Greensboro, N C ; BA PSYC 
Spoon, Priscilla A : Greensboro, N C ,■ BA GERM 
Spratt, Patricia J / Greensboro N C BSHE FN 
Springs, Chanes C Reidsville, N C BS ECBA 
Stack, Pamela Plait . Clemmons N C BA ECHL 
Stallord, Dinah L Greensboro N C BSN NURS 172 
Slalford, Elizabeth R ' High Point, N C BFA PNTG 
Stainback, Randy M Graham NC ■ BA ECBA 
Staley, Mark D McLeansville, N C , BA HIST ' 83 
Staley, Rebecca L Burlington, N C ; BA PSYC 
Stambaugh Linda S / Durham, N C ' BA DS ' 72 
Stantord Judy B Liberty, N C ■ BS ACCT 
Stanley, Deborah C Greensboro, N C BA PSCI 
Stanley, Rita Jane Greensboro, N C ' BA PSCI 
Stanley, Suellen Troy, N C , BSHE CDFR 
Stanley, William B ,' High Point, N C / BS ACCT 
Starn, Craig D / L.nwood, N J / BS ECBA / 126 
Starolitz, Robm ; Greensboro, N C /' BS ELED / 137 
Stravrakas, Patricia A / Greensboro, N C ' BA PSYC 
Steadman, Brenda V / Charlotte, N C BA PSYC 92 
Steete, Sharon L ' Greensboro, N C BA BIOL 
Sleinmetz, Jarot W Greensboro N C BS INTO 
Stengel, Kathryn / Raleigh, N C , BSN NURS 
Stenzel, Carolyn C ' Greensboro, N C . BS BADM 
Stephens, Carol A / Kernersville, N C , BS MATH / 85 
Stephens, Deborah Y / Greensboro, N C / BS SOWK / 94 
Stephens, Mary K / Raleigh, N C ; BSN NURS/ 174 
Stephenson, Larry R ; Greensboro, N C / BSN NURS 
Stephenson Patty S Smithlield, N C ,' BA BIOL 
Stepp David L Greensboro N C , BA BADM 



David L Greensboro N C BA BIOL 
Stewart Franklin E , Winston Salem N C BFA DRAM 
Stewart, Naomi H ,■ Greensboro, N C / BSN NURS 
Stewart, Sue S ■ Santord, N C ,' BSHE HEDU 
Stewart Walter Burlington, N C BS ECBA 
Stewart Wilmoth B Greensboro, N C BS SOWK 
Stikeleather, Randye L Reidsv.lle, N C BS DEDU 
Stiles James D Greensboro N C BS ACCT 
Still Charles M Raleigh N C BS ECBA/ 126 
Stilley, Richard Pittsburg, Pa ' BA HIST/ 83 
Stilwell, Susan P ,■ Mayodan, N C / BS ECBA/ 126 
Stines, AnitaJ / Raleigh N C BSHED/148 
Stogsdill, Pamela B . Lillington, N C BSN NURS 
Stokes, David L / Greensboro, N C BA HIST 83 
Stokes, Jean E Greensboro, N C BSN NURS 174 
Stokes, Leon L Greensboro N C BA BIOL 
Stone, Beverly M Lonon Va BA ECHL 
Stone, Patricia P / Reidsville, N C BA ECHL 
Slott, Thomas D / Greensboro, N C ; BA SPAN 
Strader, Conrad G / Reidsville, N C / BA PSCI 
Strader, Keith M Greensboro, N C / BS ECBA 
Strange Catherine A Fayetteville, N C / BS PEDU 
Strickland Donna K Greensboro, N C ■ BS PEDU 
Slnckland Marcia C Boone, N C BSN NURS 
Strickler, Dale H Greensboro N C BA ART 
Slrider, Miranda A , Biscoe, N C / BS SOWK , 94 
Strom, Susan L /Greensboro, N C / BSHE CDFR 
Stroud, Debra A / High Point, N C BSN NURS 
Slrowd, Thomas R / Durham, N C / BS ECBA 
StudevenI, Linda L Winston Salem, N C BS SOWK 
Stullz, Kalhy L Eden, NC BS BEDU 126 
Stump, Luann E Winston Salem, N C BS ACCT 126 
Slump!, Maxine M Greensboro, N C BSN NURS 
Stuns, Debra K / Greensboro, N C / BS BADM 
Suarez, Catina M / Greensboro, N C / BFA DESN 
Sullivan, Susan K / Rocky Mount, N C / BSHE FN 
Summers, Christine ,' Statesville, N C / BA ELED / 137 
Sumner, Dillard Lee Jr Eden, N C , BS ACCT 
Surlace, Deborah L Charlotte, N C BSHE CDFR 162 
Surratt, John G Toast, N C BA HIST • 63 
Sutherlin, Laura E / Browns Summit, N C BS INTO 
Sutton, Catherine G / Pleasant Garden, N C / BM MEDU 
Swayne, Nancy A / Lumberton, N C / BA FREN / 93 
Swepson, Pamela C ,■ Old Fort, N C / BA HIST 
Switt, Roger w / Greensboro, N C <■ BA PSYC / 92 
Swindell, Thomas B , Greensboro, N C ' BS PSYC 
Sw.nk Philip E Asheboro, N C BA PSCI 
Swink Sandra W Albemarle, N C BS INTD 162 
Sykes, David A Greensboro, N C BS ECBA 126 



Symmes, Sarah W Winston Salem, N C / BSHE CDFR , 162 
Tager Ronald K Greensboro, N C ■ BS BADM ■ 128 
Tallanl, John R Greensboro, N C BS PEDU 148 
Tankard, Susan H Fort Lauderdale, Fla BSHE CLTX 162 
Tarasi, Susan L Sewickley, Pa BA OS 
Taylor, Deidra L , Climax N C ,' BSHE HEDU / 162 
Taylor, Joann / Durham, N C ,' BA ENGL / 77 
Taylor, Kathryn N ' Greensboro, N C • BFA PNTG 
Taylor, Robert B Jr ' Charlotte N C • BSHE INTD 
Taylor, Robert C Jr Randleman, N C BS MATH 
Teal, Donna K Rockingham, N C BFA AEDU 
Tebow, Laura S , Greensboro N C BA DS 
Tedder, Linda J Liberty, N C BSHE CLTX 162 
Teltt Roberta B / Winston Salem, N C BA DS 
Tellord, John R Greensboro, N C ; BS ACCT 
Temple, Deborah A ; Greensboro, N C ' BS ACCT 
Temple Deborah A Greensboro, N C ■ BS ACCT 
Terrell, Dwendolyn A Charlotte N C BSN NURS 
Tesh Ronald W Asheboro, N C BS ECBA 
Thayer, Gail E . Thomasville, N C BSHE CDFR 162 
Thomas, James K Jr Greensboro N C BS BADM 
Thomas Lisa A ■ Lillington N C ' BSHE CDFR / 162, 
Thomas, Marilyn L Gastonta, N C ,' BA ENGL / 77 
Thomas, Melissa P , Siler City, N C BA ELED / 137, 
Thomas, Phyllis L ' Winston Salem, N C ,■ BA ECHL/ 137 
Thompson Anthony L ; Greensboro, N C BS ECBA 
Thompson, Bettina L Carrboro N C / BSN NURS / 174, 
Thompson Deanna P Greensboro, N C . BS SOWK ' 94, 
Thompson, Diana L Reidsville N C BA ART / 59 
Thompson, Jimmy R McLeansville, N C ■ BFA DESN 
Thompson, Margaret L / Greensboro, N C / BA DS. 
Thompson, Nancy J / Greensboro. N C / BA ECON 
Thompson, Terry D / Burlington, N C / BA PSYC / 92 
Thompson, Trecia L / Greensboro, N C BS HED , 1 48 
Thome, Mary K Durham, N C , BSN NURS ,■ 174 
Thrasher Paula D Boulevard Heights, Md BSHE CDFR 
Thrower Patty F Rockingham N C BSHE CDFR/ 162 
Tilley Judy S Greensboro, N C BA PSYC 
Timberlake, Varetta F / Durham, N C ; BSHE CLTX 
Tingen, Rita K / Greensboro, N C / BSHE CLTX / 162 
Tippett, Will. am K / Laurinburg, N C / BS ECBA 
Tireman Patrice A / Greensboro, N C / BA SOCI / 94 
Tolliver Sharon I Santord, N C ■ BSHE CLTX 
Tombs Pamela S Lester Greensboro, N C ,■ BSN NURS 
Towery Judy Braun Winston Salem, N C / BSHE 

CDFR, 162 
Townsend, Joyce Murphy ,' Greensboro, N C / BA ART, 
Townsend, Susan M / Greensboro, N C / BS HED 
Townshend, Sarah A / Mitchellville, Md / BSN NURS / 174, 
Traub Paul W Stamford, Conn BA ECON 128 
Trenary, Karen L ■ Liberty N C BS BADM 
Tnggs, Mavis S Morganton, N C BSHE CLTX 
Triplett, Kathryn C Wilkesboro, N C BSN NURS, 174 
Triplette, Gweenda J ; Newland, N C BA ENGL 
Troxler. Julie A ,■ Greensboro N C / BSHE INTD ,' 162 
Tuck, Carol C / Greensboro, N C / BS PEDU 
Tucker, rneryl D ■ Greensboro, N C / BS PEDU 
Tunslall, Vick. L / Lenoir, N C ' BM APPL 
Turk, Tommy Helms / Greensboro, N C BS RECR 
Turner, David M ' Greensboro, N C BFA DRAM 
Turner, Debra E ' Harmony N C BA PSYC 
Turner, Diane B Reidsville, N C BSHE 
Turner, Jack E / Greensboro, N C ' BA ECBA 
Turner, Mary Paiek L / Kernersville, N C / BA PSCI / 89 
Tuten, Garnette C / Kernersville, N C / BFA AEDU 
Tyser Sharon L Gastonia, N C BS ECBA 
Tysinger Charles E Lillington, N C / MA BIOL 
Tyson Jennie ET Rocky Mount, N C BS SOWK 
Tyson Vivienne O S ' Greensboro N C BA ENGL ' 77 
Uberseder, Lance J /Carlisle, Pa ' BS HED 
Underwood, Sharon L / Robb.ns N C / BSHE CDFR / 162 
Upchurch, Vickie L / Santord, N C / BSN NURS / 174, 
Van Deusen, Hooker D / Greensboro, N C / BFA PNTG 
Van Hout, Susan 8 / Fayetteville, N C ' BSN NURS 
Vaughn, Donna J Stokesdale, N C BS MATH / 85 
Vaughter, Lisa H Greensboro N C BSN NURS 174 
Vause, DebraA Kinston, N C BMMEDU 
Viehe, Carolyn E i Bullalo, N Y BSHE HEDU ' 162 



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Jennie M Mount Olive, N C ,' BS ACCT 

, Mary E Greensboro, N C BSHE INTD 

, Mary L ' Eden N C BS SOWK 
Wanda J Zebulon N C BSN NURS 1 

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Wallin, Carol B / Greensboro. N,C ; BS INTD. 
Walser, Evelyn D Winslon Salem. N C BA PSYC 
Walsh. Kenneth Gaslon.a. N C BA ECON 128 
Walters. Delia J Kernersv.lle. N C BS PEDU 148 
Wallers Kacer< S Concord. N C BM MEDU 166 
Wallers Kalhleen B Greensboro. N C BSHE FN 
Wallers. William G Greensboro. N C B S ECBA 
Warco. Karen R Greensboro N C BA DS . 72 
Ward. Joy Palnce w ReidsvHIe. N C BA PSCI 
Ward. Sandra K Elon College. N C BFAART 
Warga. Richard G Jr Greensboro. N C BA LATN 
Warren. Linda G Clinlon. N C BSHE HEDU 
Warren. Nancy J Mebane. N C BM APPL 
Washer. Steven L Greensboro. N C BFA DRAM 
Walters. Robert F Jr Greensboro. N C . BM APPL 
Watkins. Lila D . Henrietta. NO .■ BA MATH , 85 
Watson. Danny L .' Greensboro. N C ■ BA PSYC 
Walts. Lee A Greensboro. N C BFA DESN 59 
Waynick. Nancy W . Greensboro. N C ■ BSINTD 
Weaver. Beth L A Raleigh. N C . BSHE CDFR 
Weaver. Vickie L . Greensboro. N C ■ BSHE CDFR 
Webb. Barry L .' Reidsville. N C .' BM TC 
Webb, Wanda C .' Norman. N C ■' BA ENGL / 77 
Webster. Thomas J .' Greensboro. N C .' BS ECBA 
Weigle. Christie C .' Greensboro. N C / BS HED 
Weinmiller. Catherine . Greensboro. N C .' BS DEDU .' 148 
Weisner. Donna Kivett . Lexington. N C .■ BA ECHL ' 137 
Weiss Sue E .■ Greensboro. N C ' BSN NURS 
Welch, Thomas J .■ High Point. N C BS ECBA 
Welder. Donna P .' Spruce Pine. N C ■ BA ECON 
Wellons. Susan L ; Greensboro. N C ■ BA ECHL 
Wells, James H ■ Greensboro, N C , BS ECBA 
Wells, Sarah M Hickory N C BA PSCI , 89 
Welsh, Stephanie G Columbia, Md BA DS 72 
Wentworth, Herbert G Greensboro, N C BS MERC 
Werner, Martha S Greensboro, N C BA ENGL 
Westmoreland, Lydia J Greensboro, N C BA CHEM 
Whichard, Cynthia LEnlield,NC BS DS 72 
Whicker, Dana D Kernersville, N C BS BEDU 
Whisnant, Karen G Pleasant Garden N C BA DS 
Whisnant Kimberly A High Point N C BA ENGL 
Whitaker, Cathy G , Mocksville, N C BSHE CDFR 162 
White, Faith B ■ Greensboro, N C BA PSYC 
White, Jane EW ,' Dobson, NC BS ECBA 128 
White, Mary E McLeansville, N C ■ BS INTD 
Whiteheart, Jane D, / Winston Salem, N C , BA ECHL 
Whiteside, Sandra B ; Greensboro, N C / BS SOWK 
Whitley. Deborah A. / Stantonsburg, N C / BM MEDU / 166 



Whitley, Jerry D / High Point, N C ' BA PSYC 
Whilney, Adrian M , Greensboro, N C . BA HIST 83 
Whitt. Colleen R .■ Hendersonville N C BSN NURS 174 
Whitt, Deborah L . Burlington. N C BS ACCT 128 
Whiltemoie John B Greensboro N C BSN NURS 
Wiggins. Carrie A Charlotte. N C BA HIST ■ 83 
Wild. Gail E Greensboro N C PREM 
Wiley. Daisy M Burlington. N C BA ENGL 
Wilkes, Michael R Greensboro, N C ■ BA PSYC 
,, Carolyn M Lexington, N C BA ECHL 
Cherri B Greensboro N C BS ECHL 
, Cynthia R Greensboro N C BFA AEDU 
,, Debra Kay Greensboro N C BSHE CDFR 
, Diane F Collmsville Va BA ENGL 77 
, Donna A Greensboro, N C BSHE CDFR 162 
, Gregory W ' Mayodan, N C ■ BA BIOL 
., Lana J Durham, N C ' BSHE CDFR 
., Laurel A ■ Kensington, Md / BSHE CLTX ■ 162 
,, Mary K Eden, NO ,' BA ART 
, Mary Lynn ,■ Reidsville N C ' BA ECHL 
., Merle L , Gayetteville, N C / BS SOWK ,■ 94 
, Ray S ' Ashev.llc, N C ,■ BA BIOL ,■ 63 
„ Richard K ;' Greensboro, N C ,' BA ENGL 
,, Robert C / Greensboro, N C . BS BADM 
,, Roberta B ,' Winslon Salem N C ■ BSHE CLTX 
;, Roberta B .' Winston Salem, N C / BSHE BLTX 
„ Roger A .■ Winston Salem, N C ,■ BA PSYC 
,, Sandra J .' Kannapolis, N C ,' BSHE CLTX ,' 162 
, Sharon K ,' Winston Salem, N C BA ECHL 
, Steve D ■ High Point N C BS BADM 
.on, Viclona ■ Stone Mountain. Ga BA ENGL 
ynthia M .' Lawndale. N C BSN NURS 174 
oughby. James W ' Churchville. Md BS SOWK 
ion. Amelia C Lexington N C BSHE FN 
ion. Catherine J ' Asheboro. N C BSN NURS 174 
ion. Claire W . Winston Salem. N C BS ECBA 128 



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Damon w . Greens 


30ro N C BA PSYC 


Ison 


David J Greensbo 


o, N C BS ECBA 


Ison 


Lacey A Chapel H 


1, NC , BA HIST 83 


Ison 


Mark A Greensbo 


0, N C BS ACCT 


Ison 


Vivian Clarendon. 


N C BS ECBA 


Ison 


Wanda L Crecdmc 


or, N C , BA SPED 


nbu 


n. Virginia B .. Sevan 


nah, Ga . BA BIOL 


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II. Michael L ,' Green 


sboro, N C , BA ENGL 


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3ro, NC 1 BS BADM 


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It, Timothy A ,,' Madi 


»on, N C . BFA ART 


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Edmon G ,.' Summ 


rfield, N C / BS ECBA 



Winstead, Arthur M Jr Greensboro, N C ■ BS ACCT 
Wirkus, Kathfyn F Greensboro, N C ,' BM MEDU 
Wise, Valarie L , Greensboro, N C BA PSYC 
Withetspoon Diane S ' Winston Salem N C . BA DS ,' 72 
Witman, Daniel E Greensboro, N C BA PSCI 
Wolle Cherly L Greensboro, N C BA SPAU 72 
Wood, Dena L Winston Salem, N C BSHE CLTX 162 
Wood, Robert, E Greensboro, N C BS ECBA 
Wood Susan E , Greensboro, N C BSHE HEDU 
Wood, Timothy B , Chapel Hill, N C ; BA PSCI 
Woodrull. Ann D i Charlotte, N C BM APPL 
Woods, Joseph G / Winslon Salem, N C BA BIOL 
Woods, Susan J .'Greensboro N C 

BSHED 
Workman, Marcia M / Greensboro N C BS SOWK 
Wray, Cynthia A ' Eden N C BM MEDU 
Wray, David A / Greensboro. N C . BA PSCI 
Wrenn Sara Cannady Greensboro. N C . BS SOWK ' 94 
Wright. Jannie F .' Greensboro. N C BFA DESN 
Wright. Karen F .' Reidsville. N C ■ BSHE CDFR 
Wyalt, Susan E ,' Royal Oak, Mi ,■ BS ECHL ,' 137 
Wyatl, Susan F ,.' Candor, N C / BSN NURS 
Wyrick, Chr.stopher D ,' Greensboro, N C f BS CHEM 
Wynck, M Leola / Sophia, N C . BA ELED ,' 137 
Yarber, Edwin T , Greensboro, N C ' BS ECBA 
Yatborough, Jewel R High Point, N C ■ BA ELED 
York Carolle A ' Ml Gilead, N C . BS MATH , 85 
York, David R / Slaley, N C ,' BS ACCT 
York, Ernest B / Asheboro, N C ,■ BM MEDU 



York, Linda L Greensbo 


0, N C . BA GEOG 78 


Young, Diane ■ Greensbor 


. N C . BA SOCI . 94 


Young, James W ; Greens 


bofo, N C ■ BA GERM 


Young. Marguerite ' Green 


sboro, NC BMAPPL 


Young, Otis R Greensbo 


O.NC BA PSYC 


Younger, Fonda G Gree 


sboro, NC BSHED 


Zabel. Karen R Greensb 


ro, NC BFA DESN 


Zachary Cynthia D ■ Yadk 


nville. NC BA BIOL 63 


Zahner. Ltnn H Newton, 


NC BSHE FN 


Zanght, Jayne E Matawa 


n, N J . BSHE FN 162 


Zaruba, Richard A III . Gre 


ensboro, N C . BA DS 


Zauber, Debra M Greens 


boro, N C / BS RECR 


Zealy, James M Jr . Gree 


sboro, NC BSACCT 


Ziglar, Larry D .' Madison 


N C . BS RECR 


Zubow, Ellen K , Passaic, 


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NIKON, we love you! 



KEITH and DAVE 



Pine Needles 

Editor — Nancy Reed 

Associate Editor — Keith Kolischak 

Business Manager — David Reavis 

Copy Editor — Andy Arico 
Staff: C.B. Bell 

Gayle Midgette 

Monica Price 

Ginnie Gardner 

Linda Owens 

Lauran Ellis 

Layout Editor — Anita McNeilly 
Staff: Sandra Whitaker 
Kathy Southard 

Photography Editor — David Reavis 
Staff: Keith Kolischak 

Donna Ayscue 

Steve Zoufaly 

Debbie Kendrick 

Bill MclLwain 

Jerry Morrison 

Tim Weiant 

Tim McNeal 

Dorlis Miller 

Peggy Reynolds 





SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR FRIENDS 

Jeff Erwin 

Susan Wimbish 

Amy Dickert 

Martha New 

Richard Griffiths 

Debbie Troutman 

Worth Hager 

Michael Ellis 

Lydia Huskins 

University Media Board 

Dr. Richard Bardolph 



The 1978 PINE NEEDLES was printed by Hunter Publishing 
Company of Winston Salem, North Carolina. The company repre- 
sentative was Ed Goldston. 

4500 copies of the 288 page edition were printed. 80# gloss 
enamel was used except signature seven which is Kromecoat. 

Portraits were produced by Steven Studios of Bangor, Me. 

Color photographs are from Kodachrome and Ektachrome 
slides shot by Pine Needles photographers. Donna Ayscue, Keith 
Kolischak, and David Reavis. Film processing was by Kodak, 
while prints are Cibachrome, processed by Keith Kolischak and 
David Reavis. 

The cover is Taylor Gardens, named after Dean Kathryn Taylor 
who, along with Dean Harriet Elliot, was instrumental in bringing 
Elliot Hall to the students as their union. Now named Elliot Uni- 
versity Center, the Student Union celebrates its 25th Anniversary 
this year. 

The cover photograph, shot with a pinhole camera, was taken 
by Keith Kolischak. Kodak Ectamatic paper was used to produce 
a paper negative which was then lithographed to produce the 





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